The odd tipple could improve your earnings

from jeopardising their careers with ill-advised boozy remarks and debilitating
hangovers, drinkers are more likely to climb the career ladder and earn more

research from a Scottish university has found a correlation between social
drinking and getting on in the workplace.

team from Stirling University’s economics department has found that moderate
drinkers will earn an average of £13,780 a year – £2,000 more than their
teetotal counterparts.

the research stresses that only moderate drinkers are likely to earn more and
once a drinker exceeds the Government’s recommended amount, earnings start
going down.

study has looked at the lives of 17,000 people born in 1958 and compared their
fortunes through life.

By Ross Wigham

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