A new study done by Penn State U researchers has found, much to the contrary of what you might expect, people are more stressed at home than they are at work. The found this by having study subjects measure their cortisol levels six times a day with a cheek swab and report how they felt at that time. No matter the age or gender, the results overwhelming showed that stress is higher at home. The only exception was with people who really hated their jobs. Who knew! What will they find out next? Read about it on AskMen.