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Job Stress Quiz

Find out your level of stress at work

Take this job stress quiz to determine the approximate level of stress you experience at your workplace.

While office stress is common, it can also have dangerous consequences. Chronic workplace stress has been linked to cardiovascular disease, musculoskeletal and psychological disorders, workplace injuries, ulcers and in severe cases, suicide, according to the International Labour Association's Encyclopaedia of Occupational Safety and Health.

The reaction to stressors varies greatly from one individual to another. It is helpful to find out what your overall job stress level is and what situations or conditions cause the most distress. To read some eye-opening facts regarding job stress, click on this Workplace Stress link.

Implementing a Chair Massage Workplace Wellness Program can help reduce the symptoms of job stress. The positive effects of massage are well documented and accepted but workplace massage in particular provides relief of muscle tension when it's most needed.

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Select all that apply:
Your job no longer challenges you.
You have little or no autonomy in your day-to-day tasks.
Apathy has replaced enthusiasm.
You feel overwhelmed by deadline pressure, workload or other expectations.
You frequently arrive late to work and leave early as often as possible.
You consistently put off projects until the last minute.
You're unhappy with your work/life balance.
You have a toxic relationship with your boss.
You're worried about your job security and/or performance.
Your co-workers are walking on eggshells around you.
Your work schedule is interfering with your marriage or other personal relationships.
You're beginning to withdraw from friends and family members.
You're having trouble sleeping.
You're smoking, drinking or relying on caffeine more than ever before.
You're feeling paranoid.
You've been overreacting to minor problems.
You're getting headaches or colds more often.
You're physically exhausted most of the time.
You've developed an ulcer.
You've been diagnosed with a heart condition.
(Add up your selections)

Click on the "Go To Results" button to find out how much you are affected by workplace stress.

Wellness Tips

Increase your physical reserves

Exercise for cardiovascular fitness at least three times per week (moderate, prolonged rhythmic exercise is best, such as walking, swimming or cycling).

East well-balanced, nutritious meals.

Maintain a healthy bodyfat/muscle ratio.

Avoid nicotine, excessive caffeine, and other stimulants.

Mix leisure with work. Take breaks and get away when you can.

Get enough sleep. Be as consistent with your sleep schedule as possible.


Over 50% of lost work days are stress related, which keeps about 1 million people per day from attending work.

Stress accounts for $26 billion in medical and disability payments and $95 billion in lost productivity per year.

- Occupational Health and Safety News/ National Council on Compensation Insurance (USA)