REPORT: See what time Texas employees working from home start happy hour

FILE PHOTO: Cocktails 'Capote' Bloody Mary, a 'Good Night & Good Luck' Martini, a 'Crash' LA Ice Tea, a shot of Jagermeister with a German beer and a 'Brokeback Mountain' 94 single barrel Jack Daniels with a twist (Photo by Paul Hawthorne/Getty Images)
FILE PHOTO: Cocktails 'Capote' Bloody Mary, a 'Good Night & Good Luck' Martini, a 'Crash' LA Ice Tea, a shot of Jagermeister with a German beer and a 'Brokeback Mountain' 94 single barrel Jack Daniels with a twist (Photo by Paul Hawthorne/Getty Images) (Getty Images)

As the old saying goes: It’s 5 o’clock somewhere.

With more employees working remotely, a new report by alcohol.org shows people working from home are drinking earlier.

Nationally, the average employee working from home enjoys their first drink of the day at 4:36 p.m.

However, Texas employees working from home are having their first drink around 4:54 p.m., per the report.

The report also found 20% of people who only drank on the weekend now drink during the week. Twelve percent of the respondents also had a stockpile of alcohol in case availability was limited.


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