Tips: What to do about Job Burnout

2 September 2008 at 11:38PM Leave a comment

Over on the CNN site, author Anthony Balderrama gives a few examples of what to do about job burnout. These are some of the signs that your job is getting to you:

If you’re not sure whether you’re just having a bad day or are experiencing something worse, here are some signs that you’re burning out, according to Dewett:

  • Your professional relationships don’t matter anymore
  • The quality of your work isn’t want it used to be
  • You’re no longer goal-oriented

Good things to watch out for.


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