Sit-stand workstations incorporate movement into work days of sedentary employees

Over the last several decades, American workers have shifted from physically active manufacturing jobs to more office-based, sedentary ones. Since the 1950s, there has been a 60% reduction in the percentage of individuals who have occupations that require moderate to intense physical activity, explains Nico Pronk, vice president for health management at HealthPartners.

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