This study led by researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, finds that individuals with post-COVID-19 condition (PCC), also known as long COVID, are less likely to be working and working full time.
Of 15,308 survey respondents with test-confirmed COVID-19 at least 2 months prior:
After adjusting for retired respondents, the presence of PCC was associated with a lower likelihood of working full time and with a higher likelihood of being unemployed. In addition, the presence of any cognitive symptom was associated with lower likelihood of working full time.
The researchers concluded that the findings underscore the importance of developing strategies to treat and manage PCC symptoms.Read More >>