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These days, burnout seems like an inescapable part of global work culture. The APA reports that over 88 percent of today’s workforce reports experiencing burnout, with 60 percent reporting high levels. In fact, 40 percent of those surveyed by Asana even state that they see burnout as an inevitable part of success.
Burnout has only increased since the pandemic, with work-life balance suffering or even disappearing completely. Despite being new to the workforce, younger generations like Gen Z are experiencing exceptionally high levels of burnout. This is due, in part, to a lack of boundaries between work and personal