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Percentage of working adults in the U.S. who say their current job is bad for their stress level, as of February 2016, by sector

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Workers with jobs bad for their stress level U.S. 2016, by sector This survey shows the percentage of working adults with current jobs bad for their stress level, in the United States as of February 2016, by sector. Around 54 percent of respondents from the restaurant sector agreed that their job was bad for their stress level.
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This survey shows the percentage of working adults with current jobs bad for their stress level, in the United States as of February 2016, by sector. Around 54 percent of respondents from the restaurant sector agreed that their job was bad for their stress level.
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Release date
July 2016
Region
United States
Survey time period
January 6 to February 7, 2016
Number of respondents
1,601 respondents
Age group
18 years and older
Special properties
workers
Method of interview
Telephone interview
Supplementary notes
Original Question: Do you think your current job is good or bad for your stress level, or does it not have an impact one way or another? Note: Percentages may not add up to 100% because of DK/Ref; percentages shown for sub-categories.

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