A Study Finds Men Are Twice as Emotional as Women at Work
One of the most common sexist reasons you'll hear for why women can't be leaders at work like men is: Women are too emotional.
Well . . . nope.
According to a new study out of England, men are actually twice as emotional as women at work.
The researchers say there are six big emotions we experience at work: Joy, surprise, anger, sadness, disgust, and fear.
And men are twice as likely to feel those feelings . . . and let their work affect their overall mood and happiness.
Men are also twice as likely to get upset or take it personally when they feel like their ideas are being ignored . . . and are 20% more likely to rage quit a job when things aren't going well.