Teachers are most stressed workers

29th December 2000 at 00:00
SCHOOLS are home to the most stressed workers in the country, a survey by the University of Bristol has revealed.

Of the 4,000 members of the public who responded, a fifth said they expeienced high stress at work. But among the 200 teachers in the sample, the proportion that complained of stress shot up to more than 40 per cent - higher than any other occupation.

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