Career Burnout Test

Burned Out At Work?

Do you feel like you’re stuck in a cycle of stress from a demanding career? Prolonged work stress can lead to burnout, a mental health condition with its own symptoms. Take the quiz and learn more.

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What Is Burnout?

While it’s natural to feel some level of stress, staying in that state for a prolonged period of time can lead to symptoms of professional burnout. Emotional and mental exhaustion could start to impact not just your work life but your home and social life as well.

While you might think the answer is to blame yourself or work harder, you could risk damaging your career, relationships, or personal health if you don’t allow yourself to take a step back.

Note: This test and its results don’t represent a diagnosis.

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Signs and Symptoms of Burnout

Signs of burnout include physical symptoms, increased illness and health conditions, physical and emotional exhaustion, mental health concerns such as anxiety and depression, and insomnia.

Cognitive failures such as forgetting names or overlooking a stop sign are common warning signs of burnout. You may have even begun to feel that you hate your job or feel trapped in your career. The mounting pressures can leave little time for stress management or work-life balance.

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Follow Up To The Career Burnout Quiz

If You’re Struggling With Professional Burnout, You’re Not Alone

In 2019, the World Health Organization officially classified burnout as an occupational phenomenon. It falls under the umbrella of problems related to employment and unemployment. Symptoms range from feelings of depletion to increased mental distance from one’s job.

Risk factors that contribute to burnout include long-term job stress, lack of control, work overload, lack of community, and conflicting values.

Thankfully, a therapist can help you recover from work stress and burnout and create a meaningful life and career that fills you up instead of depletes you.

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