Do you think Social Networking Sites interfere with your work?
Social networking sites (FB, Hubpages, Myspace, etc.) (Whether it be daily responsibilities; academics - GPA, hours studying, etc.; on the job, etc.)
When I worked outside the home I remember my colleagues posting on Facebook during work hours (not even lunchtime). I wouldn't post during that time but I still surfed. I think sites like Facebook can definitely interfere. Some employers block those sites for valid reasons.
This is a serious thing because it really interferes my concentration while working. The best thing I guess is to be firm and be persistent in focusing your work.
Yes! Especially when you do not plan you day and the things to do. Yes it does interfere
No, I know work is for work. I never get the two messed up. Also, alot of my family who work in govermet jobs and use computers daily say that they block social networking sites just like schools. This in my opinion isn't a half bad idea.
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