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Study: Intelligent people less likely to take sick leave

by Stacey Vanek Smith and Jeremy Hobson Apr 4, 2012
According to a new study out in the U.K., there is a correlation between intelligence levels and the likelihood that someone will end up on long-term sick leave.
British officials demonstrate how to sneeze during a visit to a school in north London. A new study in the U.K has found a strong correlation between intelligence and those who are less likely to go on long-term sick leave.
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