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Burnout

Burnout is most commonly understood as extreme fatigue and a complete lack of enthusiasm for one’s job.

This can result in feelings of irritability, sadness, and even fear. Since the start of the pandemic and the rise of working from home, burnout has become more prevalent than ever.

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