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HubSpot: 10+ Reasons Why Overworking is Bad for Your Health (and Your Career)
HubSpot just released a new insightful blogpost:
Overworking has become the norm for many professionals. While being constantly plugged in can make us feel safe, connected, and in the know — both at work and at home — it also means we never really clock out. We reply to emails after work hours, take work calls at home, and even take a few hours out of our weekend for some work. The rise of remote work has even further blurred the lines between the end of the work day and time on the clock. Studies consistently show that chronic overwork can damage your health, hurt your career, and lead to early burnout. Read on to learn exactly what happens and why. Table of Contents Why Overworking is Bad for Your Health Why Overworking is Bad for Your Career The Symptoms of Overwork Who’s to Blame for Overworking How to Tackle Overwork Why Overworking is Bad For Your
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