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Preventing Burnout

Preventing Burnout

By: Hilary Rodela, Lead Digital Content Writer, Taction USA

Burnout is tough enough when it is a job that isn't as crazy as crime scene investigation. When you experience burnout, you become unmotivated, impatient, fatigued and a myriad of other physical and mental emotions.

Being a CSI is exciting and rewarding but can be tiresome too. A few ways you can decrease the likelihood of burnout is by stepping back and doing something on your day off that is not related to work at all. For me, I love to hike. One way I de-stress and get out of my own head when it comes to my cases is by hiking. When you find that hobby that allows you to breathe full, deep breaths it can make all of the difference in the world. Having down time can even help you be more productive when you do return to work.

Especially in this line of work you can't always simply walk away and take a break. That is why it is so crucial to do so when you can!

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