If you are a tech or finance professional in San Francisco, you understand all too well the pressure and stress that is associated with your chosen career. A survey of more than 3,000 professionals found that nearly half of IT workers are experiencing job burnout. This stress is triggered by such factors as feeling understaffed, insecurity as related to the job and low levels of exercise. For financial professionals, stress levels are at higher levels in the face of difficult economic conditions, higher workloads and lower levels of morale. In the face of these higher levels of stress being experienced by both IT and financial professionals in particular, the benefits.
In the past 20 to 30 years, work has changed dramatically for many people. And with our office based in the technology hub that is downtown San Francisco, we have a front row seat to how the modern day office environment has contributed to increased musculoskeletal pain among employees. Today’s Office Environment Promotes Poor Posture Today’s employee spends long hours sitting at a desk, hunched over a computer to complete his or her work. When workers aren’t bent over a computer, there’s a good chance they are using a cell phone, a laptop, or another type of electronic that forces them into a position of poor posture. As a result.