Is Your Job Killing You? (Infographic)

This thought is daunting, but it’s crucial to remember that our careers aren’t the source of bad health; stress itself is. There are so many ways to reverse the damage of sitting all day, to de-stress, and to remain happy and creative. However, since many of us spend a minimum of forty hours each week at our day jobs, we’re bound to hit some hurdles. Check out the infographic below to help you analyze how and if your job is causing you stress.

infographic provided by bitrebels.com

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56 comments

Susan T.
Susan T.1 years ago

My lack of job is killing me!

Renya S.
Renya S.1 years ago

scary

Jeffrey Stanley
Jeffrey Stanley1 years ago

Interesting, thank you.

Dan Nickerson
Dan Nickerson1 years ago

I got too stressed to finish the article.

Erin H.
Erin H.1 years ago

Interesting article, thank you!

Julianna D.
Juliana D.1 years ago

Only a few more years of working, soon I will be chasing my dreams and making money doing something I like... until then my time on this earth is worth $8.50 an hour.

Amy L.
Amy L.1 years ago

I'm pretty sure my job is killing me. Vampires do exist! I'm currently taking steps towards applying to an Occupational Therapy program. It's a bit of a slow process but at least I have another goal to work towards. I'm even more excited now that I saw it's one of the least stressful jobs! Wish me luck! And good luck to all of you!

Aaron Bouchard
Aaron Bouchard1 years ago

Thank you

Darren Woolsey
Darren Woolsey1 years ago

I'm currently signed off work with stress, and it's slowly impacting on the quality of the life I have outside of work, including having nightmares and disturbing visions within. In the process of seeking advice from GP, Union Rep, Counselor and Employment lawyer of prospects for going for early retirement based on ill health. . .

Mary Donnelly
Mary Donnelly1 years ago

Great post.