Study: Layoffs harm health of those who conduct them

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Don’t expect a lot of sympathy from laid-off workers, but a decade-long study says people who conduct layoffs suffer from a higher rate of ulcers, sleep problems and heart trouble.

The University of Puget Sound study, which followed 410 managers for 10 years, said the younger the manager, the more likely the person was to develop health problems.

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