Only 2% Of People Are Actually Good At Multitasking (Infographic)
Aug 14, 2012 18:50
When writing your resume, did you add multitasking as one of your strengths? According to this infographic from OnlineCollege.org, at least 82% of you are either wrong, lying or in denial of your actual abilities.
One reason why most people think they can multitask is because they're confusing it with distraction. According to Harvard Business Review, focusing on more than one thing can actually decrease your productivity by 40% and lowers your IQ by 10 points. And lets not forget how dangerous it is to multitask while driving. Scroll below for more stats on how multitasking affects the average person:
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