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Zoom fatigue greater for women, finds Stanford study – Daijiworld.com

New York, Apr 15 (IANS): Even as video calls have taken over people’s work and personal lives amid the pandemic, a new Stanford University research has found that…

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New York, Apr 15 (IANS): Even as video calls have taken over people’s work and personal lives amid the pandemic, a new Stanford University research has found that the feeling of exhaustion that comes from a day of back-to-back online meetings, also known as “Zoom fatigue”, is greater for women than men.
The researchers found that overall, one in seven women — 13.8 per cent — compared with one in 20 men — 5.5 per cent — reported feeling “very” to “extremely” fatigued after Zoom calls.
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