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Table 1 Properties of three burnout types

From: A new definition of burnout syndrome based on Farber's proposal

-Involvement in work. -Indifference and superficiality in tasks. -Neglecting responsibilities.
-Ambition and need for achievements. -Lack of personal development. -Absence of control over results.
-Inability to acknowledge failure. -Contemplating another job. -Problems with reward system.
-Neglecting own needs. -Monotony and boredom. -Difficulties in performing tasks.
-Anxiety and irritability. -Absence of overload-induced stress. -Depressive symptomatology.