If there is one thing that we can almost all entirely agree on, I dare say it might be the abundance of worker burnout.
Nary a day goes by that there aren’t some blazing headlines about this worker or that worker-related burnout happening here or there. Some attribute burnout to concerns over wanting to keep their job and make a living. Others suggest that the burnout mania got especially underway when remote working became acceptable, pushing workers to potentially work nonstop and not have the conventional leave the office at 6 o’clock basis for curtailing work for the day. A slew of reasons exists and are continually bandied around for worker burnout.
Let’s talk about AI.
Those that work in the realm of Artificial Intelligence (AI) are right there in the worker burnout zone too.