Near the end of the year, many employees may suffer from what is called “job burnout.” Job burnout can happen when you are feeling unmotivated or downright miserable in your job, even though you may normally find your work fulfilling. It’s important to be able to recognize job burnout because it may end up causing some serious mental health issues in the long run.
The Symptoms of Job Burnout:
According to careercast.com the symptoms of job burnout may be subjected but not limited to:
A feeling of inner emptiness that may be filled by overeating or heavy drinking.
Feeling hopeless, indifferent, exhausted, and clinically depressed.
Physical and emotional collapse with potential for self-destructive behavior.