NEW YORK – A Washington Post article writes,
“People often like to groan about how their job is “killing” them. Tragically, for some groups of people in the U.S., that statement appears to be true.
A new study by researchers at Harvard and Stanford has quantified just how much a stressful workplace may be shaving off of Americans’ life spans. It suggests that the amount of life lost to stress varies significantly for people of different races, educational levels and genders, and ranges up to nearly three years of life lost for some groups.”
No matter who we are and what we do we do — we all suffer from work related stress. November 4th was the National Stress Awareness Day. Faisal Hoque, founder of Shadoka and author of “Survive to Thrive,” shares his tips on how to stay calm in the face of daily stress.
Original interview @Huff Post Live.