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Time pressure can lead to confidence at work

A recent study found that when work tasks have time constraints, people preform better on subsequent jobs .

The study revealed that people who took an unspecified amount of time on the tasks, showed interference on future jobs; the study found that performance was impaired. People who completed the task under the time constraint before moving on, not only performed better but, felt more confident too.

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