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Putting the Squeeze on Work Stress

With 65 percent of U.S. employees citing work as a significant source of stress and more than one-third reporting that they typically feel tense or stressed out during the work day, work stress can affect both individual well-being and organizational performance. To hear more about people's experiences at work and how they cope with the stressors they face on the job, we hit the streets for a continuation of the Psychologically Healthy Workplace Program's interview series. This time, we took a friend with us.

To learn more about work stress, visit www.apaexcellence.org/workstress.

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