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Avoiding Job Burnout: It’s a Job Unto Itself

Job burnout is something many of us will deal with at one time or another. A job might be too stressful or too boring. You might have challenging co-workers, or dysfunctional management, or unreasonable expectations to meet. Whatever the reason, there comes a time for most of us when we just feel like we’ve had […]

Job burnout is something many of us will deal with at one time or another. A job might be too stressful or too boring. You might have challenging co-workers, or dysfunctional management, or unreasonable expectations to meet.

Whatever the reason, there comes a time for most of us when we just feel like we’ve had enough and need a change. Is quitting the answer? Or are there other, less drastic options? And how can we keep from burning out in the first place?

We talk with Juliana Ashley, a career coach with Houston-based JS101, a non-profit career counseling service.

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