Sedentary jobs help increase obesity in workers, experts say

05/25/2011 | USA Today

Today's male workers burn an average of 142 fewer calories than workers in did in the 1960s, while female workers burn 124 fewer calories, a study in PLoS ONE found. Experts say jobs that require less physical activity may contribute to increased obesity rates in the workforce.

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