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Too Much Overtime Can Kill You


2. Occupational Injury

Research data collected from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth, found that the more we work—the greater the risk of being hurt while on the job.

For the study, data was collected from approximately 10,000 American work histories. Findings revealed that workers who worked more overtime, increased their occupational injury risk by roughly 61-percent!

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