In this issue of JNN, Crago et al. present findings from a pilot analysis of data on individuals who had sustained aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage (aSAH) andwere employed preinjury. Data were obtained from a larger NIH-funded trial investigating complications and outcomes after aSAH. For the current study, investigators focused specifically on those individuals who had been employed before their injury to determine impact of deficits on work productivity. For this section of Research Bytes, we'll break down what was done in the study, review findings, and discuss what it means for nursing practice.