Doctors, Lawyers, Police Officers Among Most Sleep-Deprived
Researchers have determined that people who work as home health aides get the least amount of sleep on average.
A mattress chain hired professionals to analyze data compiled by the National Health Interview Survey. The researchers were able to determine which occupations have the greatest potential to cause sleep-deprivation.
Lawyers, police officers, physicians and paramedics followed home health aides at the top of the list.
The research also indicated which workers are generally the most well-rested. Loggers and hairstylists top that list.
The New York Times has additional information.