As jobs continue to shrink in New Jersey, those that still have jobs are being asked to do more.

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Multitasking has become the norm. We’re doing more things at the same time than we’ve ever done before. Not all multitasking is good, see texting while driving, yet we live in an age where there’s more of a sense of urgency than ever before.

Multitasking while it may seem more efficient takes it’s toll on the brain as is described in this article from Forbes.

Dave Crenshaw a time management expert, contends that when you’re multitasking, you’re not really doing things simultaneously but switching your brain back and forth and the recovery time takes longer.