The Your Life at Work Survey was launched in February 2014 and has found that coping skills are key to having productiive employees. The survey done by The Globe and Mail and Howatt HR Consulting found that 59 per cent of the 7,300 Globe readers who responded to the survey said they were stressed out. The survey also found that stressed workers show they don't have strong coping skills and that leads them to feeling more stressed out, feeling sicker and being less productive at work. Here are the full results of the survey, divided up into the groups from least to most stressed. To take the survey and see all our stories on the issue, go to tgam.ca/yourlifeatwork.