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How often do other people come to you with their problems? Never Rarely Sometimes Frequently Almost always
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User: How often do other people come to you with their problems? Never Rarely Sometimes Frequently Almost always

Weegy: Almost always
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User: How do you typically handle stress on the job (or in school)? I rely on others more when I'm under stress. I speed up to handle the extra work. Stress does not influence how I approach my work. I work more slowly, but concentrate harder. I don't know.

Weegy: I work more slowly, but concentrate harder.
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