Does listening to music affect your productivity? [Infographic]

Listening to music at work productivity

If you’re in an open-plan office, then you might listen to music in a bid to drown out the conversations that are surrounding you.

Gossip and general chit-chat about the most random things that you wouldn’t normally talk about (but for some reason in the office seem like the most interesting topics ever), are great from time-to-time, but some days you just need to get your head down and finish that task you were supposed to complete yesterday.

Can music help you focus and increase your productivity?

Well apparently it can – but it really depends on the environment that you are in, the task you are trying to conquer and the type of music you listen to.

Take a look at an infographic prepared by home cinema specialists Superfi to see when music can work in your favour and help you nail that to-do list.

 

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Gemma Falconer is a Campaign Manager for LogMeIn. She is part of the EMEA marketing team and looks after the webinar programme, email nurturing and content creation for the UK. In her spare time, you'll find her diving around a volleyball court, trying to learn Portuguese and eating cake – lots of cake! Connect with her on LinkedIn and Twitter More blog posts by Gemma Falconer ››
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