For Pickford who saved the key penalty which saw England progress to the World Cup quarter finals the stress in those moments would have been difficult to quantify. Read more: Top ten tips for tackling work-related stress After watching Pickford’s performance, Lynn Cahillane, a recruitment expert at online jobs board totaljobs, identified some lessons on dealing with stressful situations that can be transferred from a football pitch to the workplace. “Last night’s performance by the England squad is undoubtedly cause for celebration, but watching the team battle, it raised the question of how those with stressful jobs can cope, ” Cahillane said.
My mates heart rate spiked during the England v Columbia shootout? his Apple Watch was worried about him.pic.twitter.com/P3BTtvBR1E ? pu? (@AndrewDearling) July 3, 2018
“Id argue that Jordan Pickford’s goalkeeper position is currently the least desirable job in the world following the stress of the penalty shootout, however, this is an everyday reality for many employees with highly stressful jobs.”“We regularly see stressful jobs top the lists from first respondents, to teachers and managers, and Id say goalkeeper would be up there today.”
There is no more holy object in the world at this moment than the left hand of Jordan Pickford pic.twitter.com/sw422vwz4d? Jeremy Vine (@theJeremyVine) July 3, 2018