It’s been a year and a half since the WHO declared COVID-19 a global pandemic. In those early days, for those of us who could keep doing our jobs from home, it felt like a privilege — especially as so many Americans were furloughed, laid off, or outright fired. But now, some are finding that work-from-home routine to be harder than ever. We talked to a licensed clinical psychologist and the author of The Burnout Epidemic: The Rise of Chronic Stress and How We Can Fix It about burnout and how it affects different communities.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist based in Urbana
Harvard Business Review contributor, radio columnist, and author of The Burnout Epidemic: The Rise of Chronic Stress and How We Can Fix It
Another year into COVID and 42% of women are feeling burned out — 1 in 3 are now considering dropping out of the workforce/downshifting. And there’s a big gap between allyship and action on #DEI, @mckinseyorg @LeanInOrg’s #WomenInTheWorkplace finds:https://t.co/XpLD9rGk9y
— Kaelyn Forde (@kaelynforde) September 27, 2021
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