It will depend on the country and type of job. I don’t think most countries have data on this, but the U.S. does so I’ll share that information, though keep in mind, U.S. numbers of consumption are probably going to be higher than other countries’. The average U.S. office worker uses 10,000 sheets of copy paper per year, and that doesn’t count paper he/she is using in his/her personal life. The average American uses 737 pounds of paper per year. So if a person lives to be 75, he/she might use approximately 55,275 pounds of paper through his/her life. I assume though that paper usage fluctuates throughout a person’s life. For example, if a person were in school, they’d probably be using more paper, right?
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