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Invoice Date 15 February 2022
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1AI Guest Post
  • Brand: Global Health and Pharma (£125.00) £125.00
  • Select Publication Date: 2022-02-18
  • Number of images/videos: 1 (£0.00)
  • Media 1: Image or video?: Image (£0.00)
  • Total number of words: 500-750 (£0.00)
  • Article title: The Critical Role of Work-Life Balance for Healthcare Professionals
  • Article text: What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the words “doctor” or “nurse”? If you picture long hours, tired faces, exhaustion and working overtime - that’s pretty much what most of the healthcare department really feels like too. Though people take pride in how hard the healthcare departments have been working, especially in the middle of an ongoing pandemic, there’s also a dark side to working too much.

    That’s why most Millennials who are in the healthcare field are beginning to prioritize their own health, mental wellness, and happiness—because at the end of the day, a job isn’t going to give you happiness if your personal life is falling apart.

    If you’ve been struggling to manage work and life as a healthcare worker, or if you often find yourself forgetting to focus on your own health, then this article will open your eyes to how important it is to build a better balance in life, before it’s too late.

    [*subheading*]Early Burnout and Fatigue[*endsubheading*]
    Many youngsters who start out as fresh and bright minds in the healthcare field often move to a different career path by the time they reach thirty. The reason for this is mainly because they don’t have the option of building a career and having a personal life at the same time.

    In other words, if they want to make it to the top, they need to dedicate their entire lives to their jobs. While this may not be a problem for some people, most people begin to struggle after the first couple of years. After a while of being in the field, they’re left feeling tired, washed out, exhausted, and very often - lonely and depressed.

    To make matters worse, not getting the promotions or pay hikes that they may have expected due to unforeseen circumstances can often have a huge impact on their mental health. The feeling of giving your job everything you’ve got, while still not feeling appreciated for it can be a cause for mental and physical anxiety.

    That’s why many nurses today are opting to become travel nurses. On the whole, this gives them more freedom and flexibility, and also allows them to pursue other interests apart from work. There are many different types of travel nurses, but [*link https://www.medicalsolutions.com/travel-nursing-jobs/or-travel-nursing-jobs/ *]Operating Room travel nursing[*endlink*] is one of the most in-demand jobs at the moment. This is because many hospitals are running short on skilled OR nurses, and are looking to hire travel nurses who can help them when they’re in need.

    Not only do nurses get to have a more flexible work schedule, but they also get to travel to new places and meet new people. This can be a huge uplifter for people who enjoy traveling and would like to have jobs that would support their passion.

    [*subheading*]Dissatisfaction with Work and Life[*endsubheading*]
    Not only do people feel burned out when they over-work themselves, but they also end up being dissatisfied with both their work and personal life. The reason for them losing interest in their work is that it lacks moderation — this in turn makes them feel trapped and disconnected from the rest of the world.

    On the other hand, they aren’t able to do anything outside of work either—this leads to them feeling lonely and depressed, even if they have family and friends. They aren’t able to work on any of their hobbies since they use their free time (which is hardly enough) to rest, and so they have no life outside of work.

    The only way to fix all these issues is by building a good work ethic and having the strength to draw a firm line between your work and personal life. Though making these boundaries may seem hard at first, they’ll improve your overall lifestyle in the long run - where you won't feel burned out or bored no matter what.

_Brand: Global Health and Pharma (£125.00) £125.00
_Select Publication Date: 2022-02-18
_Number of images/videos: 1 (£0.00)
_Media 1: Image or video?: Image (£0.00)
_Total number of words: 500-750 (£0.00)
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_Article text: What’s the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the words “doctor” or “nurse”? If you picture long hours, tired faces, exhaustion and working overtime - that’s pretty much what most of the healthcare department really feels like too. Though people take pride in how hard the healthcare departments have been working, especially in the middle of an ongoing pandemic, there’s also a dark side to working too much. That’s why most Millennials who are in the healthcare field are beginning to prioritize their own health, mental wellness, and happiness—because at the end of the day, a job isn’t going to give you happiness if your personal life is falling apart. If you’ve been struggling to manage work and life as a healthcare worker, or if you often find yourself forgetting to focus on your own health, then this article will open your eyes to how important it is to build a better balance in life, before it’s too late. [*subheading*]Early Burnout and Fatigue[*endsubheading*] Many youngsters who start out as fresh and bright minds in the healthcare field often move to a different career path by the time they reach thirty. The reason for this is mainly because they don’t have the option of building a career and having a personal life at the same time. In other words, if they want to make it to the top, they need to dedicate their entire lives to their jobs. While this may not be a problem for some people, most people begin to struggle after the first couple of years. After a while of being in the field, they’re left feeling tired, washed out, exhausted, and very often - lonely and depressed. To make matters worse, not getting the promotions or pay hikes that they may have expected due to unforeseen circumstances can often have a huge impact on their mental health. The feeling of giving your job everything you’ve got, while still not feeling appreciated for it can be a cause for mental and physical anxiety. That’s why many nurses today are opting to become travel nurses. On the whole, this gives them more freedom and flexibility, and also allows them to pursue other interests apart from work. There are many different types of travel nurses, but [*link https://www.medicalsolutions.com/travel-nursing-jobs/or-travel-nursing-jobs/ *]Operating Room travel nursing[*endlink*] is one of the most in-demand jobs at the moment. This is because many hospitals are running short on skilled OR nurses, and are looking to hire travel nurses who can help them when they’re in need. Not only do nurses get to have a more flexible work schedule, but they also get to travel to new places and meet new people. This can be a huge uplifter for people who enjoy traveling and would like to have jobs that would support their passion. [*subheading*]Dissatisfaction with Work and Life[*endsubheading*] Not only do people feel burned out when they over-work themselves, but they also end up being dissatisfied with both their work and personal life. The reason for them losing interest in their work is that it lacks moderation — this in turn makes them feel trapped and disconnected from the rest of the world. On the other hand, they aren’t able to do anything outside of work either—this leads to them feeling lonely and depressed, even if they have family and friends. They aren’t able to work on any of their hobbies since they use their free time (which is hardly enough) to rest, and so they have no life outside of work. The only way to fix all these issues is by building a good work ethic and having the strength to draw a firm line between your work and personal life. Though making these boundaries may seem hard at first, they’ll improve your overall lifestyle in the long run - where you won\'t feel burned out or bored no matter what.
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