A new study has proven that the more time you spend on the clock, the harder you – let’s call it relax – when you do finally get a break.  The report, first published in the British Medical Journal (the BMJ), examined the drinking behaviors of people who work more than 48 hours per week across all socioeconomic levels and other factors. Those who work long hours engage in what the researchers termed “risky drinking levels”: 14 drinks per week per women and 21 drinks per week per men. In other words, there appeals to be a correlation primarily between excess of hours worked and riskier drinking levels. How many long, late hours you’re going to work is always something to consider before taking on a demanding job.

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