By Caitlin Mullen | May 14, 2020

Women who hold top executive positions are some of the least stressed in a company, while women in mid-level roles are more stressed than any of their colleagues.

That’s according to a recent report from The Myers-Briggs company, which analyzed data from 1,182 women and 485 men relating to stress, gender and leadership. Researchers found those who sit at the top or bottom of an organization appear to be the least stressed.

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