Corporate Massage for Job Stress
According to the CareerCast report these are the top 10 most stressful jobs of 2013.
10. Police Officer
9. Taxi Driver
8. Newspaper Reporter
6. Senior Corporate Executive
5. PR Executive
4. Commercial Airline Pilot
2. Military General
1. Enlisted Military Personnel
CareerCast used several factors to determine these results including physical danger, having your life at risk, having responsibility for other people’s lives and how much you work in the public eye.
Because there are so many high pressure jobs that create a stressful work environment it’s no wonder companies are including corporate chair massage in their company’s wellness program. According to the 2012 Massage Profession Research Report massages provided in home, business, and corporate settings increased to 50% over 39% in 2010.
Including chair massage in the workplace has proven results. Employees who receive massage in the office are less stressed, more productive and have a better overall attitude. Just 10 or 15 minutes can make a stressful workday much more manageable. Turn 2 Massage in Atlanta provides corporate massage on a regular basis. Businesses schedule regular in office chair massage to give their employees a way to cope with demanding jobs and stressful job related issues. Whether it be weekly, bi-weekly or monthly, it does make a significant difference in employee satisfaction and creates a happy and more balanced office environment.
Even if your job is not on the list of top 10 most stressful jobs, there is a level of stress in everyone’s job and everyday life that can benefit from massage.
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