Another study found a link between long commutes
and side-effects on quality of life.
Here are the rest of the cities surveyed by Robert Half with spooky commute
Longer duration commutes
by rail are associated with less strain than shorter commutes
by rail, the research showed.
The survey of 1,200 workers sought to explore how professionals in Birmingham feel about their commute
, and whether they are using it to their advantage.
With longer, more thoughtful commutes
, however, it appears that it is possible to enhance the experience --and your overall productivity.
The report reveals that a surprising number of New Yorkers commute
within their own borough and identifies this as a growing trend among city residents.
The researchers analyzed data from Statistics Canada to better understand the links between commute
time and well-being.
The longer the commute
, the more profound the effects.
Those with hourlong commutes
each way need to make 40% more money to be satisfied in life than do those who live near the office.
times for women peak in their late 20s at 54 minutes and then start to fall as they get older, said the report.
Hoehner said, given the link between commuting distance and physical activity and CRF, that longer commutes
could be displacing time spent in physical activity, since the effect on BMI was lessened somewhat when adjusting for physical activity.
Gallup has found that commutes
of this length are linked to poorer overall wellbeing, daily mood, and health.
The award winners this year have achieved meaningful and measurable results in reducing drive-alone commutes
on our busiest roads.
I don't mind to stop and smell the roses when I do my commutes
," said Cohen.
Mass transit commute
times are compared unfavorably to vehicle commutes
, but are these for commutes
of equal distance?