Turns out eating lunch alone actually has some major career benefits
by Kyle Schnitzer
Despite the calming nature of munching on a salad alone, there are actually benefits to dining by yourself as opposed to being suckered by colleagues to sit together for an office-wide meal.
The Wall Street Journal recently published a column by Yale School of Management professor Marissa King, who dived into lunching alone, specifically finding that eating alone during lunch can help your productivity. Click HERE to learn more about this study.
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