By the Numbers: 2012 Work Stress Survey Fast Facts
- While 73% of Americans said at least one thing is stressful about their jobs, 26% said nothing stresses them out about their jobs. In 2011, 21% said nothing about their job stresses them out.
- Of the Americans who said nothing stresses them out on the job, the highest concentration was those with a household income of more than $100,000 (37%).
- Regionally, the Northeast is more likely than the South to indicate an unreasonable workload is the most stressful aspect of the job (14% vs. 7%), while the West is more likely than the Midwest to say their job not being their chosen career is most stressful (11% vs. 4%).
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