Luxembourg - Quality of work index comes with alarming figures - February 28, 2017

The findings of a study drawn up by the Chamber of Employers and the University of Luxembourg show that 25-30% of workers complain of work-related exhaustion. Burnout at work is increasing at an alarming rate, reaching about 30% of the country's workforce. The first symptoms are loss of vitality and a feeling of discouragement, indifference, boredom, cynicism, disorientation and lack of concentration. Temporary workers and workers with long working hours are less satisfied with their work.

English: http://www.wort.lu/en/luxembourg/quality-of-work-index-burnout ...  

The report (in French): http://www.statistiques.public.lu/fr/actualites/population/travail ...  

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