Heart disease and stroke risk is dictated by profession in older workers, according to new findings. The study uncovered that those workers over the age of 45 in sales, office support, or other service occupations have more risk factors for heart disease and stroke, compared to workers in management and professional jobs.

Overall, over 88 percent of workers over the age of 45 did not smoke and 78 percent had elevated glucose levels. Less than 41 percent of workers had ideal heart health in five other measurements. The study included 5,566 workers with no history of heart disease or stroke.

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