Challenges in Career Development. Burnout. T he erosion of the soul A cross between helplessness and hopelessness. A mismatch between the requirements of the job and the abilities of the employee.
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Challenges in Career Development
in his book, “Burnout: The High Cost of High
-Prolonged stress can be physically draining, causing you to feel tired much of the time.
-Getting out of bed to face another day of the same gets more difficult.
-Feel impatient, moody, inexplicably sad, or just get frustrated more easily than you normally would.
-Feel like you can’t deal with life as easily than you once could.
-When stress levels are high for a prolonged amount of time, your immune system does suffer.
-People who are suffering from burnout usually get the message from their body that something needs to change, and that message comes in the form of increases susceptibility to colds, the flu, and other minor illnesses.
-You may feel like you have less to give, or less interest in having fun, or just less patience with people.
-It’s harder to get excited about life, harder to expect the best, harder to let things roll off your back, and harder to ‘look on the bright side’ in general.
-When experiencing job burnout, it gets more difficult just to get out of bed and face more of what’s been overwhelming you in the first place.
-Stay home from work more often.
-This is part of why it makes sense for workers to take some time off before they’re feeling burned-out.
-People feel excited when they are able to creatively decide what needs to be done and come up with ways of handling problems that arise.
-Workers who feel restricted and unable to exercise personal control over their environment and daily decisions tend to be at greater risk for burnout.