Bosses Less Stressed Than Workers, Study Says

bosses less stressed
bosses less stressed

Think all the responsibility associated with being the top boss makes for a more stressful life? According to a new study, not so much.

Researchers at Stanford University and Harvard University found that leaders at higher levels had less stress than those in lower- or non-leadership posts. The findings runs counter to conventional wisdom that suggests that those in decision-making positions have the greatest level of anxiety within an organization.