Life Expectancy of a Used Car Salesman
Want to Live Longer? Better Change Your Occupation… Or Your Habits!
Article by K. C. Good
Being in the car business isn’t always as fun and easy as we would like it to be. Though we do get to drive a new car every couple of weeks before we decide to sell it, work in an upbeat and typically, enjoyable environment, and make our own hours, there are still plenty of downsides to the occupation – just as there are in any industry.
But, have you ever thought what the downsides of your job are inevitably doing to your health … or maybe worse, what they’re doing to your lifespan?
I could almost bet that you didn’t know that the average life expectancy for a used (or even a new) auto dealer is only about 72 years old, nearly 7 years less than the average American male is expected to live. Obviously, not a good thing.
This unfortunate situation could be caused by any one of, or a combination of, several factors including: high levels of stress, copious amounts of chemical intake generated from vehicles, a moderately less measure of physical activity and possibly even due to the fact that many auto dealers typically spend a lot of time away from home which some experts believe can reduce lifespan.
While this might be alarming don’t be too cowed, we might have some ideas that could help.
Don’t become exceedingly cowed over this data as we might have some possible solutions to this dilemma which could help you have a longer, even happier life!