Some 38 million full-time workers in the nation have Internet access at their jobs and two-thirds of them (67%) go online at least once per day. When they are online, most are doing job-related research and using email. Seventy-two percent of full-time workers with Internet access at work say it has improved their ability to do their jobs. Wired workers are most likely to be older, highly educated men with significant online experience. Wired workers are very task-oriented and they do not spend long periods online during the day. Fifty-eight percent of full-time employees with Internet access at work spend an hour or less online on a typical day. Some 17% of Internet users (and 11% of all Americans) say they know someone who has been disciplined or fired because of his or her use of the Internet on the job.