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Boreout and the monotonous work we do

Boreout results from the sameness, and the monotonous routine of the job, making the worker feel empty, mentally exhausted, sad and demotivated.

Though it is okay to be bored once in a while, the continuous feeling or irritation, cynicism and worthlessness can lead to depression.

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