What degree drinks the most?
Accounting and finance students came top of the table, reporting that they consumed 30.6 units of alcohol on average each week, nearly 50% more than the Royal College of Physicians’ recommended weekly limit for men and double that for women.
What is the number 1 drinking state?
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What nationality drinks the most?
Belarus consumes the most alcohol in the world of 14.4 liters per person per year.
How many beers a week is OK?
According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, drinking is considered to be in the moderate or low-risk range for women at no more than three drinks in any one day and no more than seven drinks per week. For men, it is no more than four drinks a day and no more than 14 drinks per week.
What profession has highest rate of alcoholism?
Here we display the report’s rankings defined by percent, for individuals who had past-month heavy alcohol use and who were employed full-time:
- Mining: 17.5.
- Construction: 16.5.
- Accommodations and food services: 11.8.
- Arts, entertainment, and recreation: 11.5.
- Utilities: 10.3.
- Wholesale Trade: 10.2.
- Management*: 9.9.
What is the drunkest city in America?
According to the report, the following 20 cities are the drunkest cities in the U.S.:
- Appleton, Wis.
- Oshkosh/Neenah, Wis.
- Green Bay, Wis.
- Madison, Wis.
- Fargo, N.D.
- La Crosse/Onalaska, Wis.
- Fond du Lac, Wis.
- Ames, Iowa.
Who are the heaviest drinkers in the world?
As far as alcohol consumption, the countries with the heaviest drinkers are:
- Czech Republic.
What country has the lowest drinking age?
Italy has set a minimum legal drinking age at 16 years, one of the lowest MLDA in the world. In 2002, Renato Balduzzi, the then Health Minister proposed to raise the minimum drinking age to 18 years.
Who are the biggest drinkers in the world?
TOP 10 HEAVIEST DRINKING COUNTRIES
- Czech Republic – 14.4.
- Seychelles – 13.8.
- Germany – 13.4.
- Nigeria – 13.4.
- Ireland 13.0.
- Latvia – 12.9.
- Bulgaria – 12.7.
- France, Romania and Slovenia (equal at 12.6 litres)