Worth Reading: Connecting Sleep and Income

A third of American workers report they regularly get fewer than seven hours of sleep a night, leading to the loss of some 1.2 million working days and robbing the U.S. economy of an estimated $226 billion annually, according to a 2016 study by Rand Europe. And 65% of Americans are losing sleep because of money, according to a recent CreditCards.com report. That’s the big picture. —Market Watch

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