If you live in this state, you are probably napping instead of working

Napping while working remotely? So are a lot of people.

One in three workers admitted to napping during work hours while working from home, a new study from Zippia found.

The study, which surveyed 2,000 workers from across the US, wanted to find how workers spend their hours now with routines shifted due to the ongoing pandemic. The survey asked participants to complete six questions on off-task behavior conducted during work hours.

The study revealed that 15% of nappers sleep right at their desk, but 37% rather resort to their bed for a quick snooze. One in three sleepy heads said they don’t even set an alarm, which could cause a problem were they to sleep longer than they anticipated, causing them to miss more work hours.

As for where workers are napping the most, more than 65% of workers in North Dakota admitted to sleeping on the job, which was the highest with Alaska (67%). Nebraska, Delaware, and Iowa also had many workers taking naps during work hours.

Beyond napping, workers check social media the most during work hours, which was slightly more popular than texting or surfing the internet.

The State Of States Napping- From Most Naps To Least

1. North Dakota: 67%
2. Alaska: 67%
3. Nebraska: 53%
4. Delaware: 50%
5. Iowa: 50%
6. Louisiana: 50%
7. New Mexico: 50%
8. Washington: 47%
9. Texas: 44%
10. Kentucky: 43%
11. Oregon: 43%
12. New Jersey: 41%
13. Virginia: 41%
14. Massachusetts: 40%
15. Maine: 40%
16. West Virginia: 40%
17. Maryland: 39%
18. Georgia: 38%
19. Illinois: 37%
20. California: 36%
21. Alabama: 36%
22. Colorado: 36%
23. New York: 35%
24. Nevada: 35%
25. Ohio: 35%
26. Florida: 34%
27. New Hampshire: 33%
28. South Dakota: 33%
29. Idaho: 33%
30. North Carolina: 32%
31. Minnesota: 30%
32. Pennsylvania: 29%
33. Wisconsin: 29%
34. South Carolina: 29%
35. Arizona: 29%
36. Mississippi: 27%
36. Indiana: 27%
38. Oklahoma: 27%
39. Michigan: 26%
40. Tennessee: 26%
41. Rhode Island: 25%
42. Missouri: 24%
43. Connecticut: 24%
44. Arkansas: 22%
45. Utah: 21%
46. Hawaii: 17%
47. Kansas: 14%
47. Montana: 0%
49. Vermont: 0%
50. Wyoming: 0%