Tag Archives: Burnout

Amazon, Apple Workers Have Large Salaries — And Burnout

It’s no secret that tech roles often come with major benefits — from the potential to work in a remote or hybrid capacity to attractive compensation packages scarcely seen in other industries. A newly graduated software engineer can expect to earn between $156,000 and $223,000 per year at Amazon or $207,000 to $297,000 per year […]

Adam Grant: These 3 Steps Will Assist Fight Worker Burnout

Let’s face it — U.S. workers are burned out. Research from Aflac on the stress levels of U.S.-based workers found that over 50% of respondents experienced burnout in 2023, and nearly 75% reported having moderate stress levels at work. But organizational psychologist and bestselling author Adam Grant, a go-to expert for mindset and organizational habits, […]

Avoiding Job Burnout – Social Media Explorer

Avoiding job burnout Being in a job one loves can be one of the most rewarding experiences. But, if one is not careful, working too hard on a project or task can lead to burnout. That’s why it’s important to avoid job burnout at all costs. There are steps one can take to do so. […]

12 Ways for Social Entrepreneurs to Keep away from Social Media Burnout

Social media can feel inescapable, even for casual users. On average, users spend almost 2 ½ hours on social media every day — that adds up to more than a full month each year. No wonder so many of us are experiencing social media burnout. For social media professionals, it can be even more overwhelming. […]

Burnout Despatched Me to the Hospital. Here are the Indicators I Look Out for Now

One of the biggest myths about burnout is that it can’t happen if you love the work that you’re doing. I am certainly proof positive of the opposite. In 2015, I was celebrating 10 years of working as the head of advertising for the largest eyewear company in the world. On the surface, I actively […]

Avoiding Burnout as a Social Media Manager

Social media has seen rapid growth in the past decade and along with it has grown the role of the Social Media Manager. Even though it seems glamorous from the outside, the job can be exhausting. Social media managers are often alone in their role depending on the company and are expected to wear many […]

Here’s What I Do Otherwise After Experiencing Burnout

People often think that because I run a self-care startup, I must live a perfectly balanced life. Even I assumed that I knew the boundaries and habits I needed to put in place to take care of myself while running my company. And yet, despite spending the past three years building Silk + special—thinking about […]