Sometimes, all you want to do at work is listen to some music you love. When it comes to listening at work, it’s important to consider who you work for, and whether or not you can listen to music with headphones. If you need some inspiration on what to play, here are some song suggestions.

“Three Little Birds” by Bob Marley & The Wailers

If you need to relax after a meeting, this is a great tune. Close your eyes and imagine you’re on a warm, sunny beach somewhere.

“Can’t Stop the Feeling” by Justin Timberlake

Need some music to improve your mood? Put a little “sunshine in [your] pocket” by adding JT to the top of your work playlist.

“Blister in the Sun” by Violent Femmes

If you’re looking for something to quietly tap your pen along to, this is a great song to do just that.

“This Girl” by Kungs vs Cookin’ on 3 Burners

In the mood for a catchy pop song while you’re working on a report? This song has a catchy beat, along with trumpets.

“All of Me” (Tiësto Remix) by John Legend

This song might help you break your post-lunch slump. This remix makes the John Legend song a bit more upbeat to help you get back to work.

“No One” by Alicia Keys

If you work in an office that plays music in front of clients, this is an appropriate choice. Anything from Alicia Keys should work for office playlists.

“Eye of the Tiger” by Survivor

You might know this song from the Rocky movies. This can be a great song to play at the end of the day to encourage your team to start wrapping up for the day, or to motivate your team on a dreary Monday morning.

“Here Comes the Sun” by The Beatles

After a long week, you’re looking forward to the weekend. This is the perfect track to play while checking your email one last time on Friday afternoon.

When in doubt, look for ’80s or ’90s music that you can play. That should be suitable for anyone who visits your office. Consider coming up with your own playlist to help you save time when working.

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