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Hiring Smoker Costs Company $6000 (Study)

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A new study says that an employee who smokes costs his or her employer nearly $6,000 more per year than a non-smoker.

“Our best estimate of the annual excess cost to employ a smoker is $5,816,” says the paper, led by Micah Berman at the College of Public Health and Moritz College of Law at Ohio State University.

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