After Edmond Dang graduated from Western University at the start of COVID-19, his plans to travel and experience different cities and cultures came to a halt. So he switched gears and injected his love of culture and deep meaning into...
Is it just us or is now until the New Year the busiest time for pretty much every young professional you know? Between the increased workload, mounting deadlines and a return to other commitments put on hold for the summer, it’s easy to feel like we’re all in a little over our heads. Here are 11 signs you’re heading for a professional burnout
During the holiday season especially, when our level of busyness can reach an all-time high, it’s important that we learn to recognize the difference between good (happy and productive) busy, and bad (here comes burnout) busy. Here are some signs that you may be the bad kind of busy
While most of us YPs know of the negative psychological symptoms and effects of burnout, fewer are aware of the other important signs of this troublesome condition. We chatted with Senior Orthopedic surgery resident, Dr. Jamie Rusen, a YP himself with vast knowledge of the bodily signs of burnout, to find out what physical symptoms we must be on the look out for in order to avoid or treat YP burnout
We’ve all had those days where we walk into our apartment, drop our bags, crash on the couch, say “I’m dead” and call it a night. Between working beyond regular office hours, networking, meetings, client dinners, charity events and everything in between, our “work” days are becoming increasingly longer. All good – after all, we do want to get to the top, right? Problem is, sometimes that joking “I’m dead” can mask serious mental and physical career side effects that have major implications on our well-being and productivity