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Healthcare and Productivity in East Central Mississippi


  • Evans, Garen K.
  • Sundaram, Shivakumar


Worksite wellness programs improve the health and quality of life of workers, and result in higher productivity. Data from a regional health survey suggests that more than $32 million of labor income is lost annually because of poor health, effectively increasing unemployment by more than 40% in east central Mississippi.

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  • Evans, Garen K. & Sundaram, Shivakumar, 2005. "Healthcare and Productivity in East Central Mississippi," 2005 Annual Meeting, February 5-9, 2005, Little Rock, Arkansas 35617, Southern Agricultural Economics Association.
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:saeafl:35617

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