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THIRTY-SEVEN percent of employees "constantly" look at non-work related Web sites during the work day, according to a new survey by New York-based,

Thirty-three percent view them "a few times," 20 percent view them "a few times a week," and 10 percent never look at non-work related sites because "it's unethical," the survey said.

Internet access, which many employees need to accomplish work-related tasks, can also serve as a distraction, allowing workers to handle personal business while at work.

The survey, which lasted about two weeks, was answered by about 800 people who found the survey on the Web site.

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