Between the COVID-19 pandemic and stress in the workplace, many Americans are dealing with more stress than ever before. Verilife recently surveyed 2,000 Americans to ask them about their experiences with burnout, symptoms of burnout, and how they cope with stress and exhaustion. They found that 92% of those surveyed say burnout affects their everyday life. The most common causes for burnout include; 1. COVID-19 2. Work 3. Finances 4. Politics 5. The News 6. Social Media. The most common causes of workplace burnout: 1. Pressure to put in extra work 2. Not taking PTO 3. Working remotely 4. Fear or furlough/layoffs 5. Stressful manager/boss 6. Stressful coworkers. 80% of Americans say burnout has prevented them from focusing at work. 61% have cried before, during, or after work. 56% say burnout has prevented them from going to work. 67% feel burned out from working remotely. 57% report working longer hours since working remotely. One-third of respondents feel less productive at work during the pandemic.