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Millennial moms are feeling workplace burnout more than anyone.

Oct 14 2021

Millennial moms are feeling workplace burnout more than anyone. YPulse’s What’s Next For Work report found that Millennial moms have (disproportionately) left the workplace to take care of kids during COVID. But for those who have stayed, workplace burnout is a major problem. The “feeling of being constantly ‘on’” is reportedly the biggest contributor to burnout, and acccording to McKinsey & Company and LeanIn.Org, 42% of working women report feeling burnt out compared to 35% of men. But moms of young kids are most likely to suffer: 47% of this group says they feel burnt out often or almost always. YPulse’s research shows 83% of employed Millennial moms report they have felt burnt out because of work, compared to 77% of non-parents. Giving mental health days in addition to sick days are a top way that employers could help the issue. (