Aug. 6, 2012— -- A new report estimates that the average American worker spends nearly $14.40 a week on coffee, which does not include the cost of drinking coffee at home. Data is shown to indicate that the average worker spends around $1,100 annually on coffee.
Not only are American's spending thousands on caffeine, but nearly half of U.S. workers say they are less productive without their daily cup of coffee. Scientists and lab technicians are the most dependent on coffee, followed by marketing and public relations professionals.
Geographically the northeast is found to be the most coffee dependent. These statistics only further prove that coffee has continued to play an important role in workplaces across the United States.
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