Burnout continues to plague the global workforce. According to a 2023 Cigna survey of 12,000 global employees, a staggering 94% have experienced at least one symptom of burnout in the past 12 months. And a Future Forum survey of 10,243 global employees found that 42% of workers feel burned out. 

According to Gallup’s State of the Global Workplace 2021 Report, 43% of workers across 100-plus countries experienced burnout. The U.S. and Canada reported the highest levels of daily stress globally at 57%. Only 32% of the workforce said they felt engaged at work—a historic low, according to the report. 

With this level of stress and unhappiness, it’s no wonder that more than half of American workers are considering quitting their jobs this year. According to an Indeed survey of U.S. workers, 92% of respondents who had switched jobs twice since 2020 said the pandemic made them feel that life is too short to stay in a job they weren’t passionate about. 

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