How to identify -- and deal with -- job pressures

07/16/2010 | ABC News

Carry a small notebook with you at work, and when you're feeling stressed or tense, write down what's making you feel that way, Tory Johnson writes. This will help you identify patterns, and then you can look for solutions to relieve the pressure, she writes. "[I]f you've done everything you can do and you're not finding relief, then it may be time to leave," she advises.

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