Over the last few years, America has seen a shifted focus towards an overall healthier lifestyle.
More corporations are now putting more health and wellness programs in place for their
employees as they are realizing the importance of a healthy workforce. However, there is little
corporate look into how the actual job-level of the employee is related to their physical health.
This study investigates the relationship between job-level in a firm and physical health of the
employee, as well as how the amount of stress associated with that job-level impacts this
relationship. To investigate these relationships, I gather data by distributing a survey to part-time
master students who have previously had, or currently have corporate experience. I find
evidence that while job level does not have a significant relationship to physical health of the
employee, stress and health are significantly related.