Solar eclipse will cost $694 million in US productivity

Solar eclipse will cost $694 million in US productivity Workers will take 20 minutes out of their workday
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August 21, 2017 16:32
Solar eclipse will cost $694 million in US productivity

Baku. 21 August. REPORT.AZ/ American employers will see at least $694 million in missing output due to today's solar eclipse.

Report informs citing Reuters.

According to information, workers will take 20 minutes out of their workday to stretch their legs, head outside the office and gaze at the nearly two-and-a-half minute eclipse. 87 million employees will be at work during the eclipse. Compared to the amount of wages being paid to an employee over a course of a year, it is very small. It's not going to show up in any type of macroeconomic data.

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