If you've had a job in Michigan for more than a year, you've experienced it: the kind of day at work that makes you long for the comfort of your sweatpants, the familiar feel of your spot, and the ever-increasing longing for Friday. If you feel this way more than usual, you're not alone. Michigan was revealed as one of America's top 5 states for burnout.

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Do people in other states experience the same work-related stress levels we do in Michigan? The short answer is yes, but Michigan is among the country's top five most stressed-out states, according to a new survey conducted by VoiceNation.

Overwhelming Majority of Michigan's Workforce Considers Quitting Due to Stress

Michigan tied for 4th for most stressed out state in America

VoiceNation surveyed 1,500 workers between the ages of 18 and 65 across the United States, and a whopping 70% admitted to not only feeling stressed but also 'burned out.' Workers between the ages of 18 and 25 were revealed to be the most impacted by workplace-elated angst (77%).

Michigan's middle management experiences the most burnout (76%), followed by the executive level (74%). Why are the majority of Michigan's workforce feeling overwhelmed and stressed out?

Michigan's Workforce Feels the Weight of 'Excessive Workloads'

Michigan tied for 4th for most stressed out state in America

Companies in Michigan and around the United States are always looking for ways to do more with less. For the Mitten State, that means employees are being asked to do more work, more often than not, without additional compensation. These and other factors led to 56% of respondents admitting to working after hours, on weekends, and holidays.

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Michigan isn't alone. In fact, there are 4 other states whose workforce is fed up with work-related stress for several reasons. Here are the top 5:

  1. Excessive Workload
    1. 45%
  2. Poor Management
    1. 32%
  3. Lack of Colleague Support
    1. 29%
  4. Deadlines
    1. 25%
  5. Poor Time Management
    1. 22%

Here's a closer look at what other states, along with Michigan, are feeling the pressure at their 9-to-5.

Fed Up! Top 17 States Experiencing Workplace Burn Out

Feeling stressed? Overworked? Ready to quit? You're not alone. In fact, VoiceNation recently surveyed 1,500 workers nationwide between the ages of 18 and 65 to determine which states are the worst for work-related stress. We've also included each Stressed State's average annual salary according to Zip Recruiter to see if more money means less anxiety. Here are the Top 17 States Experiencing Workplace Burnout.

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