Forty-nine Percent of Workers Are Stressed Out
Here are some of the biggest office culprits
On the heels of April being dubbed National Stress Awareness Month, a new survey found that nearly half of Americans workers are battling the condition at work.
While not all stress is bad, too much of it could lead to extreme health problems like obesity, heart disease and asthma.
LinkedIn polled more than 2,800 workers and found that 49 percent of them are the feeling strain on the job with Generation Xers - the cohort born between about 1965 and 1985 the most fragile at 54 percent, followed by Baby Boomers at 48 percent, and Millennials at 46 percent.
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