Would you rather get an extra hour of sleep or an extra hour of pay? | The Tylt

Would you rather get an extra hour of sleep or an extra hour of pay?

With Daylight Savings Time, life shifts by an hour. Does the hour mean less sleep or more money for you? Imagine there's a genie who could magically grant you a free hour of slumber extra every day, or an extra hour of pay. Which option would you take—snooze or cash?

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Would you rather get an extra hour of sleep or an extra hour of pay?
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Would you rather get an extra hour of sleep or an extra hour of pay?
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People say the early bird catches the worm, implying that if you get up sooner, you'll get more from life. But on the other hand, snooze alarms can be magic.

 If you had a free hour of snoozing, would that make you more productive, and therefore more wealthy? Or, if you could get an extra hour of pay, would you sleep better at night? 

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My view is that if someone regularly shortchanges sleep in order to get more done, that person will get less done over the long run. Productivity will be down, and other factors can come into play in different ways that can impact health.
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Sleep when you're retired! Make that money now. Life is expensive and tiring, but you'll sleep better if you have some extra cash. 

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People who make the most sleep about 40 minutes a day less than people in the lowest-income families. People who work two jobs rank in the bottom 10 percent of sleepers.
FINAL RESULTS
Culture
Would you rather get an extra hour of sleep or an extra hour of pay?
A festive crown for the winner
#GimmeSleep
#GimmeMoney