Workplace health and wellness in the U.S.

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Statista dossier on workplace health and wellness

This dossier provides some of the most important facts and figures concerning workplace health and wellness in the United States. Included is information regarding occupational injury and death, work-related stress, workplace health benefits, health-related work absences and health risks for different occupations.

Table of contents

  • 1. Overview
    • Importance of specific wellbeing activities to personal lives U.S. 2016-2018

    • Main workplace benefits expected by job seekers in the U.S. 2019

    • Employer opinion on positive impacts of company wellness programs U.S. 2015-2018

    • U.S. adults' opinions on employer provided mental health help as of 2018

    • U.S. employer and employee health care costs in 2009 and 2018

    • Employers' health care costs per employee in the U.S. 2015-2019

  • 2. Occupational injury and death
    • Most disabling U.S. workplace injuries in 2019, by cause

    • Direct costs of 10 most disabling U.S. workplace injuries in 2019

    • Incidence rate of nonfatal work injuries in the U.S. by occupation group 2017

    • Number of U.S. occupational injury deaths 1992-2017

    • Occupational injury death rate in the U.S. 2006-2017

    • Number of U.S. occupational injury deaths, by age 2017

    • Number of U.S. occupational injury deaths by gender 2003-2017

    • Occupational injury death rate in the U.S., by age 2017

    • Occupations with high fatal work injury rates in the U.S. in 2017

  • 3. Health-related work absence
    • U.S. adults who went to work when they were sick last year as of 2017, by age

    • Number of sick days taken by U.S. adults in the past year as of 2017, by age

    • Percentage of U.S. workers with access to paid sick leave 2018, by occupation

    • Days away from work due to nonfatal work injuries in the U.S. by industry 2017

    • Impact of unplanned absenteeism among U.S. workers with diabetes 2017

  • 4. Work-related stress
    • Most stressful jobs in the U.S. 2019

    • Least stressful jobs in the U.S. 2019

    • Sources of stress on personal activities and/or relationships U.S. 2017

    • Share of U.S. adults who often felt select burnout symptoms 2017, by occupation

    • On the job sources of stress in employees in North America 2017

    • Frequency that U.S. adults felt stressed as of 2017, by weekly working hours

    • Frequency that U.S. adults felt stressed as of 2017, by occupation status

    • Supervisor(s) reaction to U.S. employees being diagnosed with burnout as of 2017

    • Colleague reaction to U.S. employees being diagnosed with burnout as of 2017

  • 5. Workplace health benefits
    • Elements included in company wellness programs U.S. 2015-2018

    • U.S. employers that offered health classes and tools in 2019

    • Percentage of U.S. firms with 25 to 49 workers offering health benefits 1999-2018

    • Health benefits in the U.S.: firms consisting of 50 to 199 workers 1999-2018

    • U.S. employees whose companies offered burnout prevention programs 2017

    • U.S. employees in companies with burnout prevention programs 2017, by working hours

    • Employees with standing desks provided by their employer U.S. 2014 to 2018

    • Health spending distribution of U.S. private business 2013-2017

  • 6. Health risks
    • Percentage of U.S. physicians feeling burned out by specialty 2018

    • Major causes for burn-out among U.S. physicians 2018

    • Share of U.S. adults who were obese 2016, by occupation type

    • Share of U.S. adults with diabetes 2016, by occupation type

    • Share of U.S. adults drinking 15 or more drinks per week 2016, by occupation type

    • Share of U.S. adults who were smokers 2016, by occupation type

    • Tobacco use among working adults U.S. 2014-2016, by occupation and product type

    • U.S. adults that stood frequently or exerted themselves at work 2015, by occupation

    • Perception of impact of migraines on work in the U.S. in 2017

    • Prioritization of health and social activities over sleep in the U.S. as of 2018

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