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Wine drinkers earn more than non-drinkers

>> Thursday, October 26, 2006

A new study has shown that people who drink wine (or beer or spirit) on average earn 10-14% more than those who do not drink at all. A theory of why that is so is that those who enjoy a glass once in a while are more “social” which can be an advantage in a working environment. The study was made by The Reason Foundation. Read more on CNN (But we can’t help wondering how someone came up with the idea to make such a study…)


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