Every year, the Super Bowl captures the imagination of the country, with many people devoting a weekend to getting ready for the game and partying during the game.
And then, there’s the Monday after the game, when we all stagger in and pretend to work. Well, a new survey says that $484 million in productivity is lost that day after the Super Bowl.
The survey also found that only five percent of professionals plan to completely take the day off – with another three percent planning on showing up an hour late or taking a half-day off.
But, surprisingly, only 30 percent are in favor of making the Monday after the Super Bowl a national holiday. ( The Ladders )
- The NFL can schedule the game anytime it wants … Is there any reason the Super Bowl shouldn’t be played on a Saturday?
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