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Shifting Mortality Data Impacts Well-Being in the Workplace

Apr 22, 2019

Key Takeaways

  • Learn shifting trends of mortality rates in the U.S.
  • Understand new impact and productivity considerations for employers due to an increase in cancer survivorship.
  • Recognize the significant issue mental health in the workplace is causing for employers.

 

Adult mortality rates in the U.S. have decreased from 23.77 deaths per 100 population in 1970 to 18.2 deaths per 100 population in 2015.¹ Prudential uses historical claim and mortality trend data to provide insights into how employers can adapt and maintain productivity and overall workforce well-being.

 

Mortality rates in the U.S. have decreased from 23.77 deaths per 100 population in 1970 to 18.2 deaths per 100 population in 2015.1

 

In 2019, Prudential will explore each of these causes of death in more detail to gain insight into employer practices that can help contribute to the health, productivity, and overall well-being of the workforce.

1 Knoema, https://knoema.com/atlas/topics/Demographics/Mortality/Adult-mortality-rate, 2018

 

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