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  • Work is stressing Aussies out
  • Work is stressing Aussies out
    Alex Proimos (2012) ©
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Work is stressing Aussies out

When you think of Aussie stereotypes, fun-loving and beer-drinking are certainly up there. The sunshine would lead you to think that life’s a beach down under. But the Australian Psychological Society’s survey of stress and wellbeing found that 2014 was a tough year; particularly for Aussie men.

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