How Are You When You're Working under Pressure?

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Working under pressure usually means working under a deadline. It can also mean that one is working in an environment that is very busy. An example of working under pressure is serving a very busy crowd at a restaurant. The best way to get through a very busy time at work is to remain calm and remember your training.
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