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Fantasy football's cost
August 13, 2014 - Ron Deuter
According to The Chicago Tribune, fantasy football could cost employers more than $13 billion in lost productivity.
The Chicago firm Challenger, Gray & Christmas came to that dollar amount using average hourly earnings of workers on private nonfarm payrolls and the estimated number of employed fantasy football participants — assuming each player spends two hours a week on fantasy football while at work during the course of a 15-week season.
I was planning to write more about this, but it’s Wednesday and I need to check my league’s waiver wire.
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