The importance of health has always been a priority among people, but after the horrendous breakout of coronavirus, people have started to become more cautious about this subject. Upon investigating the health state of 30 topmost industries in the US, it was found out that the people belonging to Science and Technical centers reported themselves as the healthiest. Since the workers of these sectors tend to avail considerable earnings, it was pretty obvious that their health state would be perfectly fine. The Educational sector workers took second place, and the third place was taken by the Wholesalers who enjoyed good health all through their work lives. Similarly, the first three industries that belonged to the least healthy workers were Nursing, General merchandise stores, and Miscellaneous manufacturing, respectively.
The rate of allowed Sick leaves in different industries
In the attached infographic, you can easily point out the industries that managed to recover from weak health and the industries that further worsened their health state with the passage of time. The health rate of an entire sector largely depends on the number of sick leaves a worker is allowed annually. The infographic shows the different industries that had different criteria for their workers. Surprisingly, it was also found out that there also exist industries that do not allow any sick days to their works at all hence making them prone to health issues.
The rate of insured workers in different industries
The insurance is, however, a completely different story. When various industries were taken into account concerning the insurance that their workers had registered themselves for, it was found out that the Government workers were most likely to be insured in comparison with the private sector workers. The hospital workers were the next to be placed on the list of people who owned an insurance policy, which is also pretty justifiable because living in such a critical environment makes one wonder about his own state of health.
Infographic by: Zenbusiness.com