worker-tired-fatigue-night.pngWork — 47 percent say it’s keeping them from sleeping. 

Sixty percent say being tired at work has negatively impacted their performance, according to a new CareerBuilder survey. Twenty-five percent of workers feel it has hurt their productivity; 27 percent say sleep deprivation has had a detrimental effect on their motivation.

Just seventeen percent of workers get eight hours of sleep; half get five to seven hours, on average, a night.

One in five tired workers say they’ve called in sick so they can get some extra shut-eye.

Find out more about the issues being tired at work can cause from CareerBuilder’s survey results.

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