The data indicates the typical working hours for eight different professional groups as well as the percentages of people who have stress-related problems.
Despite working longer hours, the summary claims that company owners have less anxiety-related problems. On the other hand, instructors who work a certain number of hours every day have the greatest levels of worry.
According to data, businesspeople work more than other professionals—nearly 70 hours each week. Their work-stress proportion is smaller, at 11%, despite the extended professional commitment. Both movie producers and physicians work more than ten hours every day, and their respective disease rates due to stress at work are 18% and 15%.
Despite spending more time in the office than cooks, who work close to 30 hours per week and account for 10% of patients having stress-related illnesses, writers and programmers experience substantially less stress. Given that professors work the fewest hours per week—just 25—it should be noted that one in four of them suffer from stress-related illness. According to this, stress-related disease is not inversely related to the number of hours worked.