You’re more likely to have a work burnout the less you are paid
|04/21/2017||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
LONDON — Employees earning more than £100,000 ($128,017) a year almost half as likely to suffer a burnout at work than those earning less than £20,000, according to a study.
Nine out of 10 employees on less than £20,000 said they had suffered a burnout, compared with 53% of those earning more than £100,000, according to a survey of 1,132 professionals by crowdsourced pay data site Emolument.com.
Low earners are “most likely to have to work extra hours to make ends meet, and feel the pressure of performing well more acutely than those with more financial flexibility,” Emolument said.
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