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Burnout is a psychological state that occurs as a result of chronic workplace stress. It is characterized by a sense of exhaustion, depersonalization, and reduced personal accomplishment. Burnout can affect individuals in any profession, but is most commonly experienced by people who work in high-pressure, emotionally demanding, or service-oriented occupations. Factors that contribute to burnout can include a combination of workplace-related stressors and personal factors. Workplace-related stressors may include high job demands, low job control or autonomy, lack of social support or recognition, a negative workplace culture, and work-life imbalance. Personal factors may include perfectionism, a lack of self-care, and difficulty setting boundaries between work and personal life. In addition, people who are highly empathetic or sensitive may be more susceptible to burnout in service-oriented professions. Burnout can also be influenced by individual coping strategies, resilience, and support networks.