Job Worries Can Affect Your Health

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The present state of the U.S. economy has many people worried either about how to keep their jobs or how to find a new job, if they lose their old one.

A recent study by the University of Michigan indicated that people who have been worried about keeping their jobs are more likely to have health problems, too. The study in the journal "Social Science and Medicine" was supported by the National Institutes of Health.

But questions remain. Can the employed find ways to break free from the stress of the workplace? Can the unemployed find ways to boost their self-esteem as they continue their job search?

Family therapist Linda Mintle appeared on the Friday, June 25 edition of the CBN Newschannel's Morning program to discuss how job worries can affect a person's health.

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