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Work-related stress is an insidious health hazard, especially for workers who, like scientists, take their work very seriously.
Working longer hours doesn't necessarily mean getting more done.
Shyness can easily be mistaken for aloofness, coldness, or disinterest. So make the extra effort to smile and to make eye contact to help put the other person at ease.
The challenges are both logistical and emotional, and if training and productivity are compromised, scientific careers can be derailed.
"Attention is our way of devoting a limited resource (our time and energy) to the most important information. By almost any measure, productivity hinges on this most basic of skills," says G. Andrew Mickley, professor of psychology.
You may be able to do it for days, weeks, or even months, but over the long haul, no one can continually juggle an unrealistic set of roles and responsibilities.
"As I look back at my busy life, I would not have been happy giving up either—career or family," says Margaret Dalzwell Lowman.
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