It turns out that one-third of those who work from home are drinking, and in some areas nearly 70% drink alcohol

With the rapid expansion of telecommuting efforts, changes in people's working styles and lifestyles are being seen in some cases, such as

top- sellers selling well , and alcoholic online sales increasing by 243% . Meanwhile, a survey across the United States found that in some states, nearly half of workers drink alcohol while working from home.

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New study reveals 1 in 3 Wisconsinites drink alcohol while working from home

Many Americans Are Drinking Alcohol On The Job While Working From Home During Quarantine, Study Suggests, a support group for alcoholics, has published a survey of 3,000 American workers that reports the percentage of people who drink alcohol while working from home. According to the report, 32% of the targeted workers answered that they 'drank alcohol while working from home.' Also, 35% said they would 'drink more during peacetime during voluntary quarantine', and 22% actually said they 'stocked up alcoholic beverages.'

There was a difference between men and women in the tendency to stockpile alcohol, with 27% for men and 15% for women. Beers are the favorite of workers, with 38% of those who say they drink while working at home said they drank beer. Following beer, cocktails (26%), wine (21%), and straight spirits (5%) were consumed while working from home.

While it turned out that about one-third of telecommuters are drinking, these trends vary considerably by region. First, Arkansas had the lowest percentage of drinkers working from home, with 8%. Of the 50 states in the United States, Arkansas is the only country with less than 10% of those drinking at home.

Mississippi, next to Arkansas, had the lowest rate at 13%.

This was followed by 15% of Maine.

On the other hand, Hawaii was ranked first, with a whopping 67% drinking at home.

Rhode Island is second, with 60% of telecommuters drinking alcohol.

Virginia and New Hampshire were both third in Thailand with 50%.

In response to this situation, Lawrence Weinstein, Chief Medical Officer of the American Addiction Center, said, `` In light of recent circumstances, you and your family are reaching out to bottles too often. If you notice, it should be a concern. ' Given stressful times and many workers being forced to work from home, they called for help from a support organization if they were likely to fall into some form of addiction, not limited to alcohol.

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