Between work obligations social commitments and travel plans withdrawing from our normal routine of Gmail Facebook Twitter etc often is the furthest thing from our minds Since the holidays have the added bonus of vacation time and different work schedules taking a break allows us to take our eyes off the screen and spend time with others facetoface which research has shown to reduce stress and even add years to our lives Connecting with others physically or emotionally has been shown to increas

Ways to Recover from Burnout [Infographic]

The United States is ranked 54th in the list of most stressed-out countries.

Stress manifests itself in many ways — physically, mentally and emotionally.

Deadlines, workload and low pay only are a few factors that contribute to stress and subsequent workplace burnout, which can lead to emotional exhaustion, feelings of bleakness or feelings of helplessness.

A new infographic from bestmedicaldegrees.com examines which countries and workers are most susceptible to stress and burnout as well as ways to determine if it’s time to take a vacation, develop a better work-life balance or seek new employment opportunities.

View the infographic to learn more:

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