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Occupational Differences and Stress - Stress Management

   Posted On :  18.05.2018 05:42 am

Several studies have attempted to identify which jobs have more stressors than others.

Occupational Differences and Stress
 
 
Several studies have attempted to identify which jobs have more stressors than others. You may note that one problem with rating occupations in terms of their stress levels is that a particular occupation may have considerably different tasks and job environments in different organizations and societies. The job of a police officer may be less stressful in a small town than in a large city where crime rates are higher and the organizational hierarchy is more formal.
 
Another important point for you to remember is that a major stressor to one person may be insignificant to another. We cannot conclude that people in high-stress occupations actually experience higher stress than people in other occupations. Some jobs expose people to more serious stressors, but careful selection and training can result in stress levels no different from those experienced by people in other jobs.

 

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