Harris Interactive’s 2012 Work Stress Survey shows that 73% of employed Americans have job-related stress. From highest to lowest, the top reported stressors are low pay, annoying coworkers, unreasonable workload, commuting, working outside of their chosen field, poor work-life balance, lack of opportunity for advancement, and the boss. According to the survey, college graduates in professional jobs are more likely to complain of stress related to unreasonable workload and low pay. The percentage of women who reported stress relating to low pay and working outside of their chosen field are about double the percentage of men.
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