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Short sleep duration among U.S. adults 2013-2014, by occupation

Prevalence of short sleep duration among currently employed U.S. adults from 2013 to 2014, by major occupation

by John Elflein, last edited Apr 16, 2018
Short sleep duration among U.S. adults 2013-2014, by occupation This statistic shows the prevalence of short sleep duration in currently employed U.S. adults from 2013 to 2014, by major occupation group. Short sleep duration is defined as less than 7 hours per day. According to the survey, 42.9 percent of persons working in the production industry were sleeping less than seven hours per day, compared to 36.5 percent of those working in office and administrative support. Short sleep duration has been known to cause a variety of negative health effects including, diabetes, anxiety, depression, cardiovascular disease and work-related injury.
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Prevalence of short sleep duration among currently employed U.S. adults from 2013 to 2014, by major occupation

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