A new study has found stress as the major cause for men in sales who have either lost their hair or have a receding hairline.
According to a poll, the sales industry is Britain's baldest with 60 percent of them going bald.
Half of them believe long working hours and the pressure to sell in a difficult economic environment are the main causes of their hair loss.
Most of them had a full head of hair when they started their job but began losing it within four and a half years.
Web developers and software engineers were the second most likely group of workers to lose their hair, according to the poll of 1,903 men.
Of all those who admit they hair is thinning, a quarter blame the stresses of their job.
"Hair loss in men still carries a major stigma as this survey shows," the Daily Express quoted Nicola Reid, brand manager for Regaine for Men Foam. as saying.
"On average, hair loss affects 40 per cent of men under 35," Reid added.