If you’re exploring the job market and wonder whether accepting a new job will lead to burnout, ask an interviewer, “To what extent do the best people here maintain active lives outside work?” A manager who responds, “They don’t. I haven’t had a vacation in two years and I go weeks at a time without seeing my kids,” reveals that workaholics thrive there. An interviewer who brags about unending mounds of work without striking a balance should make you think twice.
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