Stop burnout and unnecessary stress!
My specialty is approaching burnout and stress in an integrated way. For years I have seen that more and more young people are getting burnouts. See the data below for the alarming numbers of burnouts and stress-related complaints in young people:
– 33% stress-related long-term absenteeism 25-34 year olds
– stress is the main cause of absence among employees up to the age of 35 (around 2000, peak at 35-44 years)
– stress = an average of 180 days at home
– 100.000 burnout cases per year among young people
Source: ArboNed (November 1, 2016)
A press release from ArboNed shows that the number of burnout cases is increasing. And if one experiences burnout, they also experience it for much longer. The average duration of absence in the work place due to stress increased in 2015-2016 compared to 2014-2015. Nieuwsuur has also conducted research into burnouts among young people. According to Catelijne Joling, director of the ArboNed Knowledge Center, the problem is bigger than ever: “No less than 52 percent of all absence among all young people is currently due to too much work stress. We have already seen this coming in recent years and the number will only increase if we do nothing. ” Ton Wilthagen, professor of the labor market and flexibilization even says about this: “Ultimately, the entire Dutch economy will suffer from it.” These are alarming conclusions. It is therefore important to recognize and tackle burnouts in time.