NIMH: Cost Of Depression In Workplace Estimated At $44B/Year.

Forbes (10/24, Martin) reports, “Depression tops the list of health-related productivity costs in the workplace. That was the finding in a medicalstudy shortly after the economy tanked in the 2008 recession, and it’s no different now.” In fact, “the annual cost of depression is estimated at $44 billion in lost productivity to American companies according to the National Institute of Mental Health.”

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— “Tackling Depression at Work as a Productivity Strategy,”Judy Martin, Forbes, October 23, 2012.

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