Work-Related Stress

Work-Related Stress & Job Burnout

Do you feel irritable and frustrated with your boss and co-workers? Do you find yourself feeling too exhausted after work to have fun? Are you wondering if you have chosen the right career for yourself? Are you finding that your daily work life feels unsatisfying and lacking meaning? Do you spend much of your time worrying about the work you need to get done? If any of these sound familiar you may be experiencing work related stress and/or job burnout.

job burnout satisfaction

Job burnout is a result of prolonged and excessive exposure to¬†work-related stress. Often, people don’t realize that they are suffering from work-related stress until it has resulted in a significant negative impact on their relationships, quality of life, and physical health. It is common for people to feel some level of stress in relation to work, but if you find yourself experiencing the symptoms listed below most of the time, it is important that you start exploring your alternatives.

What are the signs?

  • Mental, emotional, and physical exhaustion
  • Irritability
  • Anger
  • Emotional reactivity
  • Loss of motivation
  • Feelings of apathy and hopelessness
  • Chronic feeling of inadequacy and failure
  • Frequent feelings of boredom and dissatisfaction

We can help you:

  • Assess your employment needs and options
  • Develop a meaningful and fulfilling career
  • Identify your career goals and values
  • Maintain a job you enjoy
  • Learn skills to tackle stress and anxiety
  • Learn tools to prevent procrastination
  • Take actions toward being productive

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