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Introduced by Thierry Malleret, Co-Founder, The Monthly Barometer

This eye-opening article makes the point that U.S. workers are both overworked and overwhelmed. According to a recent paper from Harvard and Stanford Business Schools , health problems directly a result of job-related anxiety (like hypertension, cardiovascular disease and decreased mental health) now account for more deaths each year than Alzheimer's or diabetes. Read more about how – and why – workplace stress is killing about 120,000 Americans every year…

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AuthorThierry Malleret, Economist and Founder, Monthly Barometer