The World’s Most Stressful Job, And 12 Before And After Photos That Prove It


Many people say that being president is one of the most stressful jobs on the planet. It’s honestly hard to argue against it, the decisions they have to make on a daily basis can really take its toll.

Abraham Lincoln (4 Years)


According to doctor Jay Olshansky, “the typical president ages 2 years for every year he is in office, a conclusion derived from medical records of presidents since the 1920’s. Although the rate of biological aging cannot be measured, it is possible to indirectly assess claims of accelerated aging among presidents.”

While there is no direct link to a lower life expectancy, there’s no doubt that the stress of the job really does age them…. just check out the pictures below.

Ulysses S. Grant (8 Years)

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FDR (12 Years)

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Lyndon B. Johnson (6 Years)


Richard Nixon (5 Years)


Gerald Ford (4 Years)


Jimmy Carter (4 Years)


Ronald Reagan (8 Years)


George H. Bush (4 Years)

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Bill Clinton (8 Years)


George W. Bush (8 Years)


Barrack Obama (From inauguration to present day)

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