Internet term shows 55% increase between 2018 and 2019 but 'millennial burnout' is most searched for
This April, the World Health Organisation (WHO) recognised ‘burnout' as an ‘occupational phenomenon' and, in January, a viral article on BuzzFeed entitled ‘How millennials became the Burnout Generation' also brought attention to the so-called epidemic. Despite this, many people remain unsure what burnout is. Searches for ‘What is burnout?' increased 55% from 2018 to 2019 - from 602 a month on average in 2018 compared to 932 in the last seven months, according to recent research from Perkbox and...
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