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KLG & Hoda count down the most sleep-deprived professions

Do you get up with the chickens, or sleep late with the…uh,  loggers?Kathie Lee and Hoda ran down a study from mattress chain Sleepy's this morning, on the most and least sleep-deprived professions. Among the least rested were economists, doctors/paramedics, police officers, lawyers, and home health aides. (Also probably TODAY co-anchors, but they're a small sample size.) The most rested? Fores

Do you get up with the chickens, or sleep late with the…uh,  loggers?

Kathie Lee and Hoda ran down a study from mattress chain Sleepy's this morning, on the most and least sleep-deprived professions. Among the least rested were economists, doctors/paramedics, police officers, lawyers, and home health aides. (Also probably TODAY co-anchors, but they're a small sample size.) The most rested? Forest and logging workers. Won't the Lorax be pleased.

Most overworked in studio 1A was the snoring sound effect, while most well-rested went to the crew member who caught some ZZZs on a couch while Kathie Lee and Hoda toiled away. Jerry! Wake up!

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Julieanne Smolinski is a TODAY.com contributor. She sleeps like an economist and snores like a logger.