Doctors are burning out more than ever. 

So says a study by the Mayo Clinic and the American Medical Association. Surveys of doctor attitudes in 2014 show that certain indicators of burnout have risen since a similar analysis was done in 2011.

Of the nearly 6,880 physicians who participated in the survey in 2014, at least 54.4 percent reported one symptom associated with burnout. In 2011, only 45.5 percent did. 

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