Annotation Written in an easy-to-read style, this handbook offers invaluable help in recognizing, controlling, and living with job stress. Each of its 19 chapters includes vignettes of people with specific symptoms of job stress with helpful charts and lists that illustrate critical information about the best ways to adapt. Publisher Fact Sheet Though job stress has become a national obsession, most people will never seek professional treatment. Common complaints include sleeplessness, tension, and a preoccupation with work even when off duty. Surviving Job Stress offers invaluable help in recognizing, controlling, and living with job stress.