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Maroon 5 the most productivity boosting band for US workers

Maroon 5's hit track 'Moves Like Jagger' has been named as the top song to help boost creativity in America's workplaces.

In a study carried out by online music company Songza, the song was picked by more than 50% of survey respondents as the track which helps them to work better.

In second place came Gotye's smash hit 'Somebody That I Used To Know', with 42% of people saying that song gives them a boost of productivity.

The survey also revealed that just over a quarter of people find that Glee's take on Journey's 'Don't Stop Believin'' induces feelings of "resentment and anger".

Songza also concluded from the survey that listening habits show that people on the West Coast of America are generally "highly creative" whilst those on the East are more "gentle and diligent at their job".




Watch the video for Maroon 5's 'Moves Like Jagger' below: