Frequent business travelers are more reliant on mobile devices today than ever before to get work done, but staying productive on the road can also turn you into something of a wi-fi addict.
Business travelers check their smartphone an average of 34 times per day and work 240 more hours per year than the average U.S. worker, according to data cited by corporate housing company PC Housing.
All this productivity does take its toll, as the majority of mobile workers exercise erratically--or not at all--due to technology. What's more, roughly 60 percent say they would feel disoriented, distraught or lonely without their smartphone for just a week.
Check out PC Housing's infographic below to learn more about the pros and cons of being a frequent business traveler.