Studies tell us that many aspects in the workplace can be bad for our health. Unsafe work environments, sedentary jobs, and even repetitive motions can cause chronic conditions, injury, and even fatality. However, a new study conducted by Harvard and Stanford Universities now tells us that stress is at the heart of workplace dangers.
Here are six ways that workplace stress affects our health and quality of life…
1. Working and Money Stress
The study mentioned above, conducted collaboratively between Stanford University and Harvard Business School explored the impact of workplace stress on human life expectancy.
For instance, the findings of the study revealed that the prime workplace stress is money. No surprise, workers who held better-paid jobs were generally found to have better health and longer lifespan overall.