Even One Is Too Much: The Economic Consequences of Being a Smoker

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"Smokers, on average, earn lower wages than nonsmokers. The analysis in this paper tells us that roughly 60 percent of the wage differential between smokers and nonsmokers comes from differences in the characteristics these workers bring to the labor market, especially educational attainment."


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