You’re More Likely to Die the Day You Get Paid

July 8, 2011 in Daily Bulletin

In a finding that has appeared to hold up remarkably well across populations and over time, it appears that people are for more likely to die in the immediate days after they are given their first pay checks. For those between the ages of 17 and 29 the cause of death is often “substance abuse and blunt force trauma from auto accidents.” Find out other risk factors and findings related to the research over here.

Source: Freakonomics