AUSTIN (Austin Business Journal) — Combating burnout has become a priority for employers and employees alike over the past two years.

While the challenges associated with COVID-19 may have brought burnout to the forefront, new research suggests the issue isn’t likely to fade even if the pandemic does — especially given the burnout challenges posed by remote work.

That’s due in part to a link between burnout and imposter syndrome, according to the 2022 Asana Anatomy of Work Index. Asana’s research, which included a survey of more than 10,000 knowledge industry workers, found 70% of employees experienced burnout or imposter syndrome in the last year, with 42% experiencing both.

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