We live in a complicated world. The new normal of this overextended era requires us to juggle an increasing number of demands. The massive influx of everyday content, as we bounce back and forth between phone and computer, obligations and deadlines has measurably increased our stress.
Did you know? According to many studies and surveys, the majority of Americans consider their work to be their most significant source of stress.
More than half of those questioned indicated that they feel undervalued by their managers or colleagues, and they are planning to look for another job in the coming year.
Long hours, lack of control over responsibilities, organizational constraints, interpersonal and task conflicts, role ambiguity, and fear of being fired are among the most common stressors that make people unhappy.