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Denver workers experience higher burnout than national averages

With burnout rising, senior managers are concerned.
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DENVER — More than a third of Denver workers report a heightened level of burnout compared to last year, according to a study by Robert Half.

Not only is burnout higher in the Mile High City this year, 31% feel underpaid and 31% also plan to look for a new job.

The city with the highest burnout compared to 2019 is Indianapolis (46%), followed by Dallas and Raleigh, both reporting 43%.

These trends are not unique to Denver – nationally, 34 percent of workers feel more burned out and nearly a third plan to look for a new job in the future.

For employees seeking new jobs, roughly half said more money would convince them to stay. Currently, 37 percent feel underpaid nationally.

>Read more at the Denver Business Journal

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