According to a new study, smokers cost their employers more money a year than people who do not light up.
Ohio State University researchers said smokers hit their employers with health care costs of more than $2,000.
It also found smokers are usually away for eight minutes at a time, costing employers more than $1,600 a year in productivity.
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