The common Londoner would give up a day’s worth of wage for an extra hour in bed, while the majority of the workforce in the United Kingdom are chronic snoozers.
According to Wonga, the typical person that is living in the capital would spend eight times the minimum wage of £61.30 in exchange for an extra hour of sleep. This is greater than the national average of £49.53.
In the capital, overwrought employees are also willing to spend £25 more as compared to the national average for an extra week off work every year.
With so many working adults having a hard time to develop a healthy sleep pattern, it does not come as a surprise that various pop-up sleeping pods have been recently installed in the City this week.