It’s no secret that the average American spends more than 20 hours per week on the office 365 lifestyle, and for those who work in the tech sector, that’s not a lot of time.
But for those of us who work at home, that number is more than double.
According to a new report from Equilar, the average household spends an average of 32 hours per day in the office, including 30 hours per night, for a total of nearly 52 hours per year.
That’s far more than most people work in their spare time.
And that’s the problem: the average employee spends almost 50 hours per month in the house, while the average housemate spends only 11.
That means we spend more than 30 hours each week, or 2.5 days per week, sitting at the computer or doing our own work.
We also spend more time on social media than people in their own homes.
The real-world effects of this divide are profound: According to Equilar’s report, the top 20% of American households spend more in the time they spend in the home than the bottom 40%.
While the top 1% of households spend nearly the same amount per day as the bottom 20%, the top 40% spend an average more than twice as much per day.
It doesn’t help that the typical person is still living in a rented home.
According, Equilar estimates that 1 in 3 American families spends more time in their home than they do in their office.
Equilar says this figure is more likely to be higher for those living in homes with two or more floors, where the average person spends an extra six hours per household per day, on average.
And even though the typical office holder spends an hour and a half per week in their work place, Equitar claims that it takes more than five days to complete a task, so that person spends more of their time in the “office” than they spend doing anything else.
“It’s a great time to be a house manager,” said Matt Fogg, CEO of Equilar.
“But you can do a lot more with your time.”
The bottom line is that for the average family of three, the time spent on the phone, email, Facebook, Snapchat, or texting while on the job is more time than a typical employee spends in their daily commute.
For example, a typical housemate can get away with spending an hour at the office every day for 10 days, but a family of four can only get away for about two days a week.
“The real impact of the time we spend on the phones, email and Facebook, the way they’re connected to the internet, and the social media we use is what is making us more stressed than the people we work for,” said Fogg.
It’s not just the work that’s stressful.
For some people, the stress of the office life is compounded by the lack of sleep, as they spend more hours on the clock than the rest of their lives.
Fogg says that this can also make the workplace feel like a “prison.”
He adds that there’s a stigma attached to being a housemate.
“When you are a house member, you have a certain expectation of what is expected of you and that people expect you to be good at your job,” he said.
“You feel a certain level of shame, and you have to be careful what you say in front of your family, because if you make mistakes they’ll punish you.
And when people say things like, ‘You’re not a house person’ or ‘You should have been in your office,’ that’s how people feel.”
In an attempt to tackle this issue, Equitas is launching an app called “Housekeeping,” which aims to help housemates work through their own stress.
The app will feature an infographic that breaks down the stress that can be associated with working in an office environment, and it will also provide tips to make the most of the days off.
The company says the app is already making a difference for its users, who are using it in more than 90% of the states in the U.S. It is also using the app to encourage employees to ask for breaks, and to find ways to get the most out of their hours.
And it is also working to help people get back into their homes and start their own businesses, like Equitas has in California.
“People who work from home, especially in a low-stress environment, are happier and more productive,” Fogg said.
Fogl said that it was important to give back to the office to encourage people to leave the house and become more productive.
“We know that the number of hours people are working on the computer is declining, but if you take a look at the people who are out in the field, the number is going up.
If we can give people the opportunity to start a business and take on more responsibility and responsibility-taking and