Workers say email far more important than social media

December 30, 2014


Most U.S. workers name email as very important to their job, while Twitter and Facebook rank far down on the list. According to a Pew Research survey released Tuesday, 61 percent of workers said email is very important to their job, while only 4 percent said the same about social networking sites.

 

 
Read more at: http://thehill.com/policy/technology/228247-workers-report-importance-of-email-internet


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