More women are choosing to work full time ― which is great that it isn’t, for the most part, a stigma anymore. But with longer hours and more responsibility comes the potential for reaching for alcohol as a self-medication for stress and anxiety.

A recent study shows that women are more stressed than men at work because they’re more likely to juggle work, childcare, domestic chores and household errands. That’s on top of casual sexism in the workplace and unequal pay.

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