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How long is your lunchbreak? I wish I had a 9 to 5 instead of this 8-5z. Plus the hour long commute due to traffic
Source: Wrote a VBA script to aggregate timestamp data from a corporate network drive. Specifically, this gathers the last modified date on over 1,000 different files saved to the directory for a tiny subset of the company (subset selected to guarantee all users are in the US Eastern time zone). Each data point is a different file saved to the network drive.
Tools: Simple Excel chart, but I thought the data itself was interesting.
Other Notes: Timestamps were grouped by hour such that a timestamp of 16:59 would belong in the 16 bucket (i.e., 4pm), but a timestamp of 17:00 would belong in the 17 bucket (i.e., 5pm). Theoretically, it's a 9-5 job, but everyone is salaried, so the start/end of each work day isn't set in stone. Instead, people leave whenever they feel they're done. The result is a significant amount of work bleeding into the 5pm, 6pm, etc. hours. Green bars represent the theoretical window of "working hours." Most people eat lunch at their desks while working, though there is a slight dip during lunchtime, so people might not be as productive. Roughly 25% of timestamps fall outside the 9-5 window.
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