The next time your cubicle-mate says the job is killing her, you might want to give her a little more credit.
According to Human Resources MBA, women who participated in a 20-year study of over 800 adults and reported having more control and power (and therefore, more stress) in the workplace were 70% more likely to die during the study's duration than those who reported lower levels of power.
That's only one of the statistics in the site's awesome—but alarming—infographic, which also names the most stressful job (commercial pilot), least stressful job (audiologist) and mentions that stress has been called "the 21st century equivalent of the Black Death."
Just in case the image below stresses you out, we've written before on the best ways for women to beat stress, as well as the fact that American stress levels might be down overall. So take your stats with a grain of salt.
Perhaps it's time to declare a war on stress?
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