DrugAbuse.com, a resource of American Addiction Centers, surveyed 3,000 workers asking how much they are saving by not attending after-work drinks during lockdown.
Overall, it was found American workers have saved $480 each since lockdowns began – the equivalent of over 90 beers. Nevadans, on the other hand, have saved a $590 per month.
Broken down across the country, Kentuckians are saving the most - an average of over $922, while Louisianians and New Mexicans are saving the least at $45.
The study also found the following:
-1 in 10 employees working from home attend virtual drink meetups hosted by their office during lockdown
- 37% say they find lockdown hangovers easier to deal with.
- 15% even admit they have had more hangovers at home during lockdown than before it started!
You can see a breakdown of how much workers are saving across the country with this interactive map.