12 Causes of Job Burnout, Ways to Reduce Stress, and Possible Treatment Approaches: A Brief Statistical Analysis
Keywords:Job Stressors, Job Stress Management, Treatment Approaches, Harassment, Workloads, Idealistic Demands, Lack of Knowledge, Lack of Acquaintance, Change, and Control
AbstractThis work explores workplace stressors, their reduction, management, and identification. Stressors have a major impact on our health, attitude, comportment, and welfare. Young and healthy people may adapt to the pressure causing stress and typically do not enforce a health problem. While unhealthy and older people suffer the long-standing effects of stressors that can damage their well-being. Many people perish every year because of avoidable medical faults. Sometimes burnout among doctors and other health care workers may unfavorably affect patients’ consequences. It has also been discovered that burnout among in-service teachers has become a professional threat. Thus, several ways of curbing stress and burnout have been elaborated in this work, although it needs more organized involvement, development, and appraisal.
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