MANAGEMENT: The Pace That Kills

Does the high pressure of their jobs cause top corporation executives to burn out faster and die earlier than other men? Though industry still lacks the statistics to make a watertight case, the answer seems to be yeas. After checking the health of more than 25,000 executives averaging 45.6 years old, New York's Extension Examiners found that only 20% were in normal health. In Chicago's Michael Reese Hospital, three doctors examined 55 executives under so years of age, found only three entirely free from organic disorders. Of 340 Standard Oil (N J.) executives...

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