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It’s not you. Your job is responsible for making you feel burnt out.

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Research points to our jobs causing a burnout epidemic, and I’m sure many of you would agree. So what do we do? The first time I struggled with burnout, I was working my dream job. I was fresh out of business school and passionate about the company and their mission to make healthcare accessible for low-income families, which is why I didn’t think twice about the long hours or problematic practices. So let’s talk about burnout and workplace misalignments, as well as how to build a culture that is immune to burnout.

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