Stress On The Job
This may be due to a boss who seems to be making unreasonable demands. Or is it the result of a co-worker who seems to be working on a permanent basis for you? Or you may be in a business where the pressure is great, like medicine or the law. While a little stress at work can be healthy, it can be literally - very killer. It has been shown that there is a direct link between stress and heart disease. As a result, it is important that you learn to deal with work stress effectively.
The statistics tell a story, a 1999 survey found that we did more work. In fact, the average number of working hours increased by 8% in just one generation to 47 hours a week. One in five of us works 49 hours a week. We are a working country. This can cause great stress not only at work, but also after a gun. Many divorces occur each year due to work addiction syndrome. To see things through, keep this in mind: the average American works three months more each year than the German workers.
It is quite possible that you will actually get sick during these extra hours. In a four-year period, from 1996 to 2000, the proportion of workers suffering from stress increased threefold. Every day, up to one million American workers are calling because they are sick and under a lot of pressure. This absence costs American companies money - and jobs are less productive. Americans also feel pressured because they no longer believe their jobs are secure. Within ten years, the number of employees who feared unemployment had doubled.
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