A study “Work-Related Exhaustion and Telomere Length: A Population-Based Study”  was carried was carried out in 2012 to review this.
Work-related stress occurs when the demands of the work environment exceed the worker’s ability to cope with or control them . In Europe, its prevalence is around 20% and the annual cost of work-related stress is estimated to be 20 billion euro in the 15 original European Union Member States . In the US, workers experiencing fatigue were estimated to cost employers an excess of 101 billion dollars .
A representative sample of the Finnish working-age population was used, consisting of 2911 men and women aged 30-64. In conclusion, the data showed that work-related exhaustion is related to the acceleration of the rate of biological aging.
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