SURVEY: Men Go to Work Sick More Than Women

 

According to a new survey, more than one quarter of Americans go to work when they're sick – even during flu season.

And, men are far more willing to show up sniffling and sneezing than women are, with 33 percent of men admitting they go to work sick, compared with only 17 percent of women.

Surprisingly, our co=workers prefer that we showed up sick. The survey found that two-thirds of people said they believe co-workers who come to work in sick are hard workers. Only 16 percent feel these co-workers are selfish.

(Cleveland.com)

Billy Greenwood

My dad was in radio, and my brother is also in radio…so, I guess you could say it’s in the family genes. I grew up around it and always appreciated the close relationship the listener has with the person in the studio.” But I'm not all radio all the time. I've volunteered with several charities including Paralyzed Veteran’s of America, Shiner’s Hospital and St. Jude Children’s Hospital. My wife, Melissa, 18-year old son, Grant, Jack (1) and the newest addition to the family, baby Max, are my world! Oh, our Shih Tzus, Lexi and Dallas, are an important part of my life as well. They get mad when I don't include them. lol

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