Dying to Lead: How Reaching the Top Can Kill You Sooner
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Many researches have proven that job stress could shave years off of our lives, therefore causing us to die younger than expected.
The detrimental health impacts of pressure-filled professions are increasingly getting the attention of business leaders who are concerned with the welfare of their employees along with their productivity, because an employee's well-being is associated with firm performance.
Research shows that the top managers might face more health problems than their subordinates.
Taking executive positions takes a toll on their health often causing cardiovascular and immune-system illnesses. Studies showed that the likelihood of a death for upper management was 1.4 times that of lower-level employees.
Work-related management pressures vary from company to company.
In order to mitigate work-related stress, additional research is needed to determine the degree and impact of stress on various white-collar workers.
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