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The 21 worst jobs to do with a hangover, according to WNYers

With the long weekend coming up, you might be inclined to grab a drink or two. That’s fine, but remember that even if you’re off on Monday, you still have to come back on Tuesday.

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So don’t understand too hammered This weekend.

Did you know…”about 2 million people come to work every day with a hangover? According to ABC News, that means there’s a good chance that at least one person in the office probably needs a Gatorade and a little ibuprofen.

Some people in Western New York are probably able to hide these residual effects and act like everything is fine.

Depending on your job, of course.

If your job still allows you to work from home, you can probably dodge the hardships of the day quite easily, but not everyone has that luxury.

For research purposes…thought it would be interesting to see what jobs you think would be the hardest to do in Western New York when you’re hungover

I took a survey on Facebook, and here are the results:

The 21 worst hungover jobs in Buffalo, New York

Everyone went…but Western New York decided these jobs were the worst to try to hangover. You’re probably better off just calling from work.

For a lot of these jobs, I think I’d have trouble getting sober, so I don’t even want to think about the added difficulty of trying to keep my balance and minimize pirouettes while fighting nausea. No thanks!

If I had to choose the 5 most difficult jobs on this list to avoid a hangover, I would choose:

  1. Window washer
  2. Surgeon
  3. Pilot / Stewardess
  4. air traffic control
  5. Building worker

And yes, I think that’s the order I would put too.

Which job on the list do you think would be the hardest to do while hungover?
* Disclaimer: This is not a suggestion for you to try to work under the influence of alcohol. If you think you may have an addiction, call the SAMHSA National 24-Hour Helpline at 1 (800) 662-HELP (4357). They focus on people with substance use disorders and/or mental illnesses and their loved ones, and they can provide information and referrals.

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