Smoking kills, that is what we have all heard throughout our lives. It is bad for our health and highly toxic to our lungs. Let’s look at this from a new angle; the economic angle. Does the cigarette you burn every day, burns a hole in your pocket. First let’s take some numbers:
According to surveys, it was found that cigarettes worth $3.5 billion were sold last year, which was a 7.1% increase from the year before that while the number of cigarettes sold today, have risen by 2.7% to 10.39 billion cigarettes.
And what’s more surprising is that an average Australian spends around $9,000 on cigarettes in a year and this traditional figure is not taking in the hospital bills that come in with smoking. Well, it surely looks like a big amount.
If you doubt me, just take a look at these figures based on the average cost of a packet of cigarettes being $12 for a pack of 20:
|Pack / Day (20)||$$$ Day||$$$ Week||$$$ Month||$$$ Year|
It is a known fact that non-smokers live 13.5 more years in the case of women and 14.5 more years in the case of men. It is also common knowledge that 90% of lung cancer patients are smokers.
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