Prevalence of burnout symptoms among physicians and other population in the U.S. as of 2012

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PhysiciansPopulation control subjects
Burned out*37.527.6
Screen positive for depression40.441.4
Suicideal ideation in the past 12 months6.96.6
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This statistic depicts a comparison of the prevalence of burnout syndromes experienced by physicians and other population in the United States as of 2012. Among physicians, 37.5 percent of those surveyed reported experiencing a burnout. That was around 10 percent higher than among the rest of the population. Burnout syndrome and work-related stress can impair a person's physical and mental well-being.

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