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Younger Workers Experience more "Job Burnout" than their older colleagues

Here's one that could have an impact on the present and future of the American workplace -- younger employees are reporting more overall stress and work-related burnout than older generations.


According to recent polling by Gallup, 68% of Generation Z and younger millennials report feeling work stress a lot of the time. This should concern leaders. Stress and burnout influence job performance and long-term career growth.


In addition, burnout at work has a connection to physical health risks and poor personal relationships. According to researchers, employees who experience burnout a lot of the time are more likely to leave their job -- another factor in younger workers engaging in "job hopping."

Graphic courtesy of Gallup (www.gallup.com)

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