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It's important for all professionals to take advantage of their vacation time for their professional and mental well-being.

However, in this modern world of remote work, taking a vacation and personal time is especially important.

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The burnout healthcare professionals are experiencing from the COVID-19 pandemic is staggering. Just look at the numbers. In September 2020, National Nurses United reported that there were more than 1700 healthcare worker deaths. Additionally, Medscape has been hosting an "In Memoriam" webpage that holds thousands of more names (and links to obituaries) of international healthcare workers who have died.

How are their healthcare colleagues doing as they continue to work on the front lines? Inundated.

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The end of the year is a struggle for everyone. But if you're an executive, you might feel yourself falling into more of a slump this year.

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At some point in our careers, we'll likely experience burnout to some degree. It's often hard to admit to ourselves when we are burned out. For leaders, doing so can prove to be even more difficult.

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Everyone suffers from job burnout at some point in their career – no matter how much they love their job. But what can you do to get back on track? Related: Dos And Don’ts To Taking A ‘Working Vacation’ Take a vacation. Yeah, I know what you’re thinking… Courtesy of hilariousgifs.com But know this: eight out of 10 employees are stressed out due to a work-related issue. Not only that, but not dealing with this stress can increase your risk of stroke, heart problems, and depression. So, if you’re suffering from burnout, please allow yourself to take a breather – Not only do you deserve it, but you NEED it.

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