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According to new research, listening to music at work actually makes you better at your job. The study found that workers preformed their tasks better if they were listening to music. More than 80% of those involved in the study had more accurate test results and worked faster if they had music going. It should be noted, that the study was conducted by “Mindlab International on behalf of MusicWorks, the joint campaign from music licensing companies PRS for Music and PPL,” according to The Telegraph. We’re not saying it’s biased, but the people behind the research definitely had a stake in the results. Either way, we’re not going to argue with it. Science doesn’t lie, right? ... Discuss

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