Looking onto the average Brit’s work life, a recent report has found that many admit to considering quitting their job around 16 times a year.
The AAT study shows that the average worker puts in 34 hours and 26 minutes of work a week, totalling 1,795 hours a year, and 84,365 hours in the course of their career.
According to the data, a life of working will also lead to approximately three months off sick, with workers typically taking 94 days off work unwell.
Looking at those who have to commute, the average worker travels 94,450 miles to and from their workplace, spending 13,356 hours in transit.
Rachel Kellett, Head of Qualifications and Product Development at AAT, said, “The impact our jobs have on our lives spreads far beyond the workplace, taking in days of commuting and thousands of pounds of expense claims, not to mention the impressive number of tea rounds and cheeky office liaisons we might become entangled in.
“With careers having such a big impact on our lives, it’s important to make sure that we are in the right one.”