The Causes and Countermeasures of Job Burnout of Senior High School Teachers in China

Yu ZHANG

Abstract


Job burnout mainly occurs in the service industry and the teacher is one of the high-risk groups. Because of high intensity of workload, teachers’ job burnout is a state of exhaustion, including emotional exhaustion, deindividuation and low sense of achievement. Teachers’ job burnout not only affects teachers’ health, but also will directly pass the negative effect to the students. In order to guarantee the quality of senior high school education, it is necessary to understand teachers’ job burnout, explore its causes and think about its positive countermeasures.


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Teachers’ job burnout; Senior high school; Countermeasure

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