A 1998 study by researchers at the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health found that people with advanced degrees suffer more often from tension headaches than the less educated. Still, it is probably safe to say that everyone gets a headache at some time in their life, no matter who they are.
As one of the authors of the study said:
“Tension headaches are very common and have a large impact on society in terms of days lost from work and decreased ability to work effectively.”
There also other types of headache that are not so common. Here is a list of resources to read more about them:
Menopause Headaches: There are so many special symptoms linked with menopause that it can be hard to keep track.
Rebound Headaches: Headaches that may be caused by overusing pain medicines, or too much caffiene.