Mini-retirements can help prevent burnout, but returning to the workforce afterward can be tough. Here’s how to pull it off, from 4 people who have actually done it.
|09/17/2019||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Returning to the rat race after a mini-retirement can be intimidating.
- Before taking a mini-retirement, you should make sure you’re good at your job and talk to your boss about opportunities for returning or working part-time.
- You should also leverage your contacts during your mini-retirement and consider working for yourself once your mini-retirement is over.
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The daily grind can be exhausting.
For some, a mini-retirement — a meaningful respite in which you take a break from your career — can be the right move to overcome burnout and refocus your purpose.
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