“Yes, sleep might have an impact on your wages. As The Wall Street Journal pointed out recently, research shows that for people who are already not getting enough sleep, one extra hour in average sleep over the long run is associated with a 16 percent increase in wages.” “A lack of sleep can make you less productive. The more sleep-deprived you are, the slower you become at getting tasks done at work, according to a 2012 Journal of Vision study. Researchers from Brigham and Women’s Hospital found that accuracy and speed at a visual search computer task decreased the longer study participants were awake, Reuters reported.Read more at The Huffington Post.
You’re more than halfway through your Monday and the late nights this weekend are starting to catch up with you. Your skimping on sleep can have a number of surprising effects on your job performance and even your salary.