Thanks to having grown up with the Internet and mobile devices offering endless opportunities for distraction, Millennials may be the generation most comfortable with multitasking. In fact, on average these younger workers typically flit their attention between media platforms 27 times per hour. However, recent research suggests multitasking in the workplace isn't such a great thing. Check out this storyboard created by faculty at Bryan College in Dayton, Tennessee, which points out that lack of productivity due to multitasking at work is responsible for annual global losses of $450 billion, plus several other facts and figures.

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