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Make Friends at Work!

Researchers have shown that employees in high stress jobs are more likely to suffer from depression. However, if they are friendly with coworkers, employees are less likely to experience serious job stress and are at less risk of major depression. So go ahead, make friends at work. It could just make your day that much easier.

Posted: 12/18/07