The graphs indicate data on the average working hours and the percentage of stressed related patients in 8 different occupations.
Overall, the majority of the people surveyed worked at least 40 hours per week while the rate of stress related disease was under 11% in most jobs.
As for the bar chart, it can be seen that business men, movie producers and doctors had the strikingly high working hours of 70, 60 and 50 respectively. Next came the group of writers, programmers and lawyers who worked between 35 and 45 hours per weeks. Finally, the number was around 30 hours per week for chefs and lecturers.
Moving to the pie graph on the illness, it is noticeable that though lecturers performed less hours than any other workers, they received by far the highest rate of 25 per cent. Then not surprisingly, the long - hour workers such as movie producers, doctors and businessmen saw higher rates of 18, 15 and 11 per cent respectively. While all other jobs are affected by the medical condition in less than 11%, it was noteworthy that programmers, despite their weekly 40 hours of working, were impacted only in 5%.