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Intensified pressure points

According to Kim Hollingdale, a licensed psychotherapist who specializes in burnout recovery and is a visiting assistant professor of psychology at Pepperdine University in California, pandemic stressors have led to higher rates of burnout across all generations.

However, she is of the opinion that among workers, Gen Z has “the worst collection of stressors” at the moment, including financial instability, the normalization of hustle culture, and an inability to unwind.

Also, albeit all ages may be shuffling high volumes of work, Gen Z has the least “work environment capital”, and that implies less ability to define limits and express no to undertakings.

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