Nearly eight in 10 Americans say they’ve experienced burnout at work, according to Deloitte.
Fortunately — at least for those with loads of cash to burn — burnout is increasingly a problem you can throw money at.
… are on the rise, with rehab-esque programs treating stress popping up around the globe, per Bloomberg Businessweek.
Istana is one provider filling this lucrative void, running clinics in Bali, Barbados, and Ibiza.
Istana’s founder says admission for burnout has risen 600% since March 2020, with many clients seeking concurrent treatment for PTSD, substance abuse, and depression.
It won’t come cheap…
Popular retreats range from five-night escapes to monthlong sabbaticals. The price tags vary considerably as well.
OK, but I’m not that elite: There are emerging options if you can’t spare that kind of time or money — UK-based celebrity trainer Harry Jameson, for one, will establish burnout-fighting regiments in $310/hr sessions.