After the parties, the late endings, the drinking, and the overeating, Monday after the Super Bowl is historically tough.
Win or lose, the majority of us are dragging the former husk of ourselves to work the following day, and let’s be honest, not a lot is getting done.
A recent study by a New Jersey-based student loan finance company, LendEDU says that more than half of all Americans would love a holiday the day after the Big Game.
Super Bowl Monday a National Holiday?
52.4% surveyed want Super Bowl Monday to be made a national holiday. Almost 40% of them are planning to skip work and call out regardless.
And for those that are slogging it into the office on Monday? A good chunk of them report they’ll only be able to muster less that 80% — so much for giving 110% on the job.