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  • Ringman


    válasz Tapsi #14 üzenetére

    több százezer és pár millió (!) fő körüli becslések vannak, pl:

    Long Covid has an ‘underappreciated’ role in labor shortage, study finds

    Long Covid — also known as long-haul Covid, post-Covid or post-acute Covid syndrome — is a chronic illness that results from a Covid-19 infection. Its potential symptoms number in the hundreds and, for some, can be debilitating and persist for years.
    Up to 30% of Americans develop long Covid after a Covid infection, affecting as many as 23 million Americans, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services said in November.

    About 18% of people with long Covid hadn’t returned to work for more than a year after contracting Covid, according to a recent study by the New York State Insurance Fund, the state’s largest workers’ compensation insurer. Of this share, more than 3 in 4 were under 60 years old.
    Another 40% returned to work within 60 days of infection but were still receiving medical treatment — presenting challenges such as reduced hours, lower productivity and other workplace accommodations, NYSIF said.

    Other studies suggest long Covid has kept hundreds of thousands, and as many as 4 million Americans, out of work.

    a munkaerőpiac nagysága kb mindegy is, az arányok a fejlett országokban (hasonló korfa) nem igazán térhetnek el szerintem ettől.

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