Just what we always suspected! New research from job search website, IT Job Board finds that female IT workers in the UK are far less likely to spend time completing non-work related activities than their male colleagues. While 17 per cent of male IT professionals spend over an hour of each working day on tasks not related to their job, just ten per cent of their female equivalents do the same. Whilst this validates what many people have suspected, it only adds evidence to the argument that promotions and seniority should be awarded on job output, not by being seen to be putting in long hours alone or "presenteeism". Sound familiar to anyone?