Can all agree that wasting time searching for data is a lame way to spend two hours? Okay, now that we got that out of the way, imagine what could be accomplished with an extra few hours added to your day.  Our friends over at Domo researched the question and created this infographic to show some of the most common – and surprising – answers.

The average information worker spends nearly nine hours each week just looking for information. As you’ll see from the graphic below, getting rid of that burden would free them up to do some pretty cool and interesting things.

You can check out a larger version at Domo.

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