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Health Tip: Handling Job Burnout


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Updated: Oct 16th 2019

(HealthDay News) -- Job burnout is a state of physical or emotional exhaustion. Often, job burnout is accompanied by a sense of reduced accomplishment and loss of personal identity, says Mayo Clinic.

When dealing with job burnout, Mayo Clinic suggests:

  • Evaluate options. Maybe you can work with your supervisor to change expectations.
  • Seek support from co-workers, friends or loved ones.
  • Try a relaxing activity that can help with stress.
  • Exercise to take your mind off of work.
  • Get some sleep to restore well-being and protect your health.