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Ways to Recover from Burnout [Infographic]

Nov. 1, 2017
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 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.

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