A spike in pandemic pets is increasing shortages and burnout among veterinarians — a field that already had high rates of suicide. A new mental health initiative offers professional help for free.
Hundreds of thousands of nursing home workers have quit since the pandemic began, and the ones still working suffer from burnout. Industry leaders worry the system is fracturing.
You could call them hobbies. But for some health workers facing burnout, creative outlets provide more than solace — they give a sense of meaning and community.
Stuck in a cycle of pandemic doomscrolling, a cartoonist tapped into community and creativity to escape. Here's how you can do it too.
The pandemic has intensified burnout among health care workers. They say it's eroding their passion for the job and the quality of patient care. Here's how some of them are trying to solve it.
Wall Street has a big problem on its hands: Many of the young people it needs to fill its talent pool are having doubts about working in the industry.
Burnout in investment banking has been a problem, but the pandemic has made it worse. A handful of firms are responding by offering extra perks and more pay. But more money may not be the answer.
The pandemic has done a number on us, in too many ways to count. Our bodies are responding with feelings of fatigue and lack of focus, experts say. Here are some tips to help you feel better.
These days, there are hundreds of reasons to open your heart to others, but it's easy to get exhausted. Try these tips honed by social workers for staying healthy and empathetic.
Burnout, Anne Helen Petersen argues, will end only with sweeping labor-policy changes — meaning it will end only when we "vote en masse to elect politicians who will agitate for [reform] tirelessly."