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Description: (MoneyWatch) Conventional wisdom suggests that as we spend more time on the Internet, we also spend less time on face-to-face interaction and other traditional kinds of socializing. But a new paper from the National Bureau of Economic Research suggests that these online hours come less at the expense of family and friends than they do from another source: people’s jobs.


Date: Oct 29, 2013


Questions for Discussions:

  • What does the report say about how Internet use affects people at work?
  • How should managers deal with this phenomenon?

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