The average person moves his or her desk once every few weeks and spends at least three months in the gym, according to a new survey.
However, the average person spends between six and 10 hours a week at work, which is significantly less than the average of 25 hours a year reported by the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health.
This means that while the average working person spends a staggering nine hours a day at work per week, they spend only six hours a month at home.
The average working woman spends just six hours and 20 minutes a day in her home, and the average worker spends just eight hours and seven minutes a week in their office.
The report by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) also revealed that the average office worker spends only five minutes a month on their mobile phone.
The Office of the National Coordinator for Health (ONCH), which oversees occupational safety and health, said the average daily usage of mobile phones in England and Wales is about three minutes.
The ONCH said it was concerned that mobile phones could pose a health risk for people who use them.
The survey was conducted by Ipsos Mori, a UK-based public opinion research firm, in September and October.
It found that around half of people in the UK spend at least one hour a day using a mobile phone while the vast majority of people spend less than one hour on their phone.
It also found that the majority of the UK population, which has about seven billion people, uses a mobile device at least once a week.
It asked respondents if they would be willing to spend five minutes at home or less, in a day, on a mobile, such as a smartwatch, smartphone, tablet or game console.
Only 20 per cent of people said they would take less than five minutes to put a call to a friend.
Of those who would take five minutes or less on a day to call their friends, 61 per cent said they had done so.
The researchers found that people who had moved to their current office had the lowest average daily mobile phone usage, at just one minute a day.
This is down from 25 minutes a year ago.
A study in the journal The Lancet showed that mobile phone use had increased in England in the last five years, and there were concerns about a possible rise in suicides, accidents and illnesses linked to smartphones.