The worse the econmy gets, the longer people live
A weak labor market, like the one we’ve experienced since the 2008 financial crisis, imposes enormous stress on people. Given the added anxiety created by a weak economy, you might think life expectancy would decline. Oddly, though, during recessions, exactly the opposite tends to happen: Life expectancy rises.
It’s happening again now.
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