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Executive Burnout: Research Suggests Depression Rate Among CEOs is Double the National Level

We often assume the high pay, stock options and other perks that CEOs enjoy surely compensate for the longs hours, travel, and challenges that naturally come with the position. However, research shows depression rate amongst CEO’s may be double the national average. Others believe this executive burnout to be even as high as 50% who suffer from depression at some point in their lives.

This number may seem alarming but as a CEO or high-achieving executive who might be experiencing depression, anxiety, or substance abuse, this information may reassure you that you are not alone.

Interested in learning more? Read the full article in Industry Week entitled, “Note to CEOs: Don’t Let Depression Get in the Way of Your Success.”

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