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Anxiety while working

Some people experience continued anxiety in their work.

  • Anxiety could have underlying issues that twist how we view our progress at work. It is then important to speak to a therapist about it.
  • Anxiety can also result from the job not being a good fit, particularly if your concerns are growing.

However, some roles can take a year or two for you to become good at and even longer to master. It might be worthwhile to stick it out a while longer to see how things progress.


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