support at work

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You don’t have a treadmill desk at the office, but you have the admiration and support of your coworkers.

A 20-year study concluded that the risk of death was significantly lower for people who reported a high level of peer support on the job.

(Salary and job descriptions are important, of course, but if you don’t feel respected and bolstered by your colleagues, you might want to freshen up your résumé.)