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There's no doubt that between COVID and its aftershocks, the war in Ukraine, and a potentially softening economy, many in the U.S. are feeling a low-level, ongoing stress across the board right now.

While society as a whole appears to be becoming more conscious and caring about mental health & wellbeing, actual action from employers isn't matching up. A February 2023 survey of 10,243 global workers by think-tank Future Forum reported that 42% of U.S. workers say they feel burnout — its highest figure since May 2021.

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