From an independent survey of 850 people conducted by Buyagift.com
Income<£20k £20-29 £30-49 £50-74 £75-99 £100-200 £200+
Average income for your level of exercise…
A paper from 2011 shows that engaging in regular exercise yields a 6-10% wage increase. The Effect of Exercise on Earnings: Evidence from the NLSY, by Kosteas, V.D. J Labor Res (2012) 33: 225.
A second paper from 2013 shows that the long-term income of physically active males may be 14–17% higher than that of the less active males. The effect of physical activity on long-term income, by Ari Hyytinena and Jukka Lahtonena.
In October 2016, Buyagift.com independently surveyed 850 people. The survey showed that people in higher income brackets do exercise more often and mostly on a daily basis, whilst people in the lowest income bracket are the most likely to never exercise.
An average income for each of the exercise brackets was constructed on a weighted average basis, by adding the total amount of income in each bracket and dividing by the number of people in that bracket. The average incomes for each bracket are:
Never exercise - £24k, 1-2 days - £33k, 3-4 days - £43k, 5-6 days - £53k and daily - £68k.
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