Study: Employed Adults Say Low Pay Most Stressful Thing About Work
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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – According to a new study, 83 percent of people are stressed out on the job.
The study, conducted by Harris Interactive for Everest College, surveyed over 1,000 employed adults through the phone.
According to the study, 83 percent of people are stressed out about at least one thing at work.
According to GlobeNewswire, this is a 10 percent increase from 2012.
Results show that low pay tops this list for the third year in a row as the top stressor for employed adults.
Commuting and annoying coworkers tied as the second top stressor; not working in your chosen career came in at number three, poor work-life balance at four, lack of opportunity for advancement at five and fear of being fired or laid off was the sixth top stressor for respondents.
For more information on the study visit: globenewswire.com