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"A new study that looks at the effects of workplace stress on the human lifespan offers a possible explanation. Working from the premise that better-paid jobs are associated with better health outcomes, a team of researchers from Harvard Business School and Stanford University used data from the General Social Survey and the American Community Survey to measure harmful workplace conditions’ influence on disparities in life expectancy. To calculate the stressfulness of a given workplace, they considered the probability of getting laid off, the length of working hours, the option to have employer-provided health insurance, and several other proxies."

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