WEDNESDAY BLUES; EMPLOYMENT.
Psychologists have found that on average people's moods remain the same on each day of the week.
But it is actually Wednesdays, not Mondays, which show a particular low mood trend among workers. It is believed this is because people are another two days away from the weekend and bogged down with work.
University of Sydney's Professor Charles Areni, who led the study, said: "Day-of-the-week stereotypes like 'Monday morning blues' and 'Thank God It's Friday' are largely illusions."