Changing the way you work could have a big impact on your waistline.
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<p>Carpal tunnel, bad backs, hunched shoulders: If you're a nine-to-fiver stuck in the <a href="http://www.mensfitness.com/topics/career"target=_blank>office</a> all week, you're probably well acquainted with the aches and pains that come with the territory. And, unfortunately, we've got some more bad news to add to your list of daily-grind woes: According to a new Career Builder study, 41% of Americans will gain weight as a result of their desk jobs.<p>
<p>"Many workplaces link food to employee interaction through events such as birthdays, client meetings, and holidays," Clark writes. "Learning to socialize without food can make for healthier and happier employees." Besides, nobody actually wants to watch you eat that jelly doughnut. Dignity aside, maul that baby in private.</p>