Workplace Stress Level Dropping

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Stress in the workplace is on the decline, according to a recent study from health portal provider MediKeeper, Inc.

The majority of respondents said, on a scale of one to five, that their stress level was at a two in 2016. This is down from 2014, where the majority said they were at a level three.

Similarly, the number of people who reported a level one increased by 58 percent over the same two-year period.

Curb your stress with these helpful tips:

  • Make to-do lists of tasks that need completing and cross off items as you finish them.
  • Talk with a co-worker about things that are bothering you. Getting support from friends is a great way to relax and reduce anxiety.
  • If you continually run late, set your clocks and watch ahead to give yourself extra time.
  • Read over your job description so you know exactly what is expected of you.

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