Does burnout recovery always require radical change?
Burnout is the end result of chronic stress, and is increasingly common in this fast-paced, chaotic and complex world. Political instability, relationship issues, family problems, and even social media are making things worse.
A job search portal reports 69 percent of employees are experiencing burnout while working from home.
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