Burnt-out employees face health risks, study finds

04/3/2013 | CNNMoney/Fortune

Burnt-out employees develop heart problems at a 79% higher rate than colleagues who are less stressed, a study by researchers at Tel Aviv University finds. Job burnout is "a stronger predictor of coronary heart disease than many other known risk factors, including blood lipid levels, physical activity, and smoking," the study notes.

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