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Stress Management Program Article on Occupational Stress

Your job or occupation can cause stress and affect your overall health if not managed correctly

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Please review our stress management program

Please review our stress management program

The article, Anxiety, Depression, PTSD Impacted By Occupational Stress, by Nicola Davies states

“Mental health is closely linked to occupation, with work at the core of most adults’ lives. For instance, the American Institute of Stress (AIS) recently indicated that approximately 66% of people’s stressors are related to their jobs.1 A particular problem is the lack of work-life balance, which can trigger certain mental illnesses like depression and anxiety.2

Do Specific Jobs Pose a Mental Health Risk?

Numerous studies have explored the occupational characteristics related to mental health, such as job demands, supervisor support, and work stress,3 with the key finding being that people in certain occupations are more prone to mental disorders. Stress, in particular, has been found to be positively correlated with mental health.4

The 10 most stressful jobs in America tend to revolve around emergency services, transport control, public relations, and executive roles. 5″

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