SURVEY AFTER SURVEY of American workers in recent years seems to dwell on a growing propensity to skip (or at least curtail) lunch, combined with a growing anxiety about the financial impact of that traditional midday meal. The latest such bit of research — this one a telephone survey conducted late last year of a “nationally representative sample of 1,000 employed Americans aged 18 and older” by the Accounting Principals research firm — found several interesting ...
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