The following organizing statistics will really surprise you! Getting organized CAN happen and it WILL make your mornings and overall life easier and less stressful. Read these and then contact us to help make your life more manageable!
Funny, sad, and incredible organizing statistics!
Being disorganized and having lots of clutter can cost families between 10-15% of their income! Concluded by a survey by IKEA.
Only 11% of respondents knew where their Social Security cards were located.
Each year we scrap 400 million units of electronics in the US says the International Association of Electronics Recyclers Industry Report.
The Self Storage Association claims that $32.7 billion in annual revenues are generated from storage units.
On average, people spend 6 minutes looking for their keys in the morning.
Women with shoe racks were almost seven times more likely to be on time for work than women without shoe racks. This was concluded by an IKEA survey.The National Soap and Detergent Association estimates that 80% of the clutter in the home is due to disorganization, not a lack of space.
The Wall Street Journal claims the average office employee spends 1.5 hours a day looking for things.
Organizing statistics say top 5 items women look for are a favorite pair of shoes, a toy, wallet, lipstick, and remote control.
The Small Business Administration estimates that 80% of filed papers are never looked at again.
The National Soap and Detergent Association believes getting rid of clutter would eliminate 40% of the average home housework.
Harris Interactive reports that 23% of adults say they pay bills late because they lose them.
The U.S. Department of Energy reports that 25% of people with two-car garages don’t park any cars in their garages, and 32% only have room for one.
65% of people describe themselves “very” or “insanely” busy. Therefore, this definitely makes home management more difficult. This is according to Day Runner.