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Workplace stress could kill you 33 years early

Workplace stress could kill you 33 years early

A stressful job can be murder, literally. According to new research, anxiety and long hours spent in the office can shave decades off an individual's life expectancy.

The report, conducted in the US by both Harvard and Stanford Universities, has found that the stress levels you experience at work have a direct effect on how long you will live. The study examined the correlation a high-paying job has with access to better healthcare, a positive work-life balance and education. In some areas of America, this can equate to a shocking 33-year deduction on your life span.

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