Another day at the office might be particularly stressful for some. Yet recent research shows that even the majority of Americans who complain about their jobs may find it less taxing than their home environment.
"We found a big gender difference," said Sarah Damaske, a sociologist and women's studies professor at Penn State and one of the report authors, via The Washington Post. "Women were much happier at work than at home. And men were only moderately happier at home than at work."