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Professionals spend less time on grooming

London, Sep 22 : It seems officegoers prefer to spend a few minutes extra in bed than getting up early and spending some time on dressing up.


A study reveals that in Britain, more than three-quarters of people do not give self-grooming more than 10 minutes in the morning before heading out to work.

The study carried by Broadgate London, an office and retail estate, has revealed that up to 70 percent of people working in London were only able to spend 10 minutes choosing what to wear for work, reports femalefirst.co.uk.

In particular over 80 percent of those working within the finance industry came out as most strapped for time.

However, people working in marketing or advertising field tend to give looks more importance. Around 40 percent of those can afford themselves around 30 minutes styling and grooming in the morning.

Samantha Rush, head of Marketing, Communications and Events, at Broadgate, London, said that time is tight in the mornings and people are always in a rush to be at work on time.

"However, I was surprised to see that those who work in an area like the City of London are so busy they don't have time to think about their look each morning," she added.

--IANS (Posted on 22-09-2013)

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