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Burnout is making us worse at our jobs, according to the WHO
“Burnout” is big this year. The term has been applied to everything from being tired at the weekend to the malaise of an entire generation.
Now the World Health Organization, an international body to which many others look for guidance, is giving burnout victims legitimacy by including what it calls “burn-out” in the latest version of its International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health problems, a handbook for recognized medical conditions. It’s the first time time burnout has been recognized by the organization, Tarik Jasarevic, a WHO spokesman, told reporters.