The 11th annual “Stress in America” report by the American Psychological Association, published Nov. 1 (pdf), found that women tended to report higher levels of stress than men this August. They rated themselves on average of 5.1 out of 10 for their overall stress levels, while men rated themselves at a 4.4. The gap between genders is growing ever so slightly from the year before, when men rated their stress an average 4.6 and women rated themselves an average 5. And for the decade that the survey on over 3,400 participants has been conducted, women have been more stressed in general.