Drinkers Earn More Money, Study Finds

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Published: 10/02/2006

Los Angeles - Numerous studies have shown moderate alcohol use can have important health benefits, and now a new report finds drinking can help drinkers' wallets, too. Drinkers earn 10 percent to 14 percent more money at their jobs than nondrinkers, according to the new study by economists Bethany Peters and Edward Stringham.