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Burnout

Depletion of a tax shelter's benefits. In the context of mortgage backed securities it refers to the percentage of the pool that has prepaid their mortgage.

Burnout

In a mortgage-backed security, the percentage of mortgages underlying the security that were not re-financed following a drop in interest rates. Historically, a mortgage that is not re-financed is less likely to re-finance at the next drop in interest rates. As a result, potential investors in mortgage-backed securities often look for a high burnout rate because it reduces prepayment risk, or the risk that investors will be deprived of future interest payments because too many mortgages are prepaid.
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Moreover with the increasing complexities and the changing patterns of society, the stress in the environment leading to burnout is increasing day by day.
Therefore, this study is designed to identify degree and factors that influence burnout among emergency healthcare workers in hospital.
Degree of burnout among emergency healthcare workers and factors influencing level of burnout.
To examine the degree of burnout reported by healthcare workers of Emergency Department.
"For conditions like burnout where we have no consensus on diagnostic criteria and where there is overlap with symptoms of depression, it is essential to use multiple methods of analysis.
Critically, people with burnout are often treated with anti-depressant medications that lower cortisol levels.
In any institution of higher education, students are subject to burnout due to societal pressure, financial issues, study hours, college assessments and relationships with teachers and friends, making them at risk population5,6.
Up to half of the medical students experience burnout, a quarter have depression and a sizable number have chronic anxiety and a poor mental quality of life7,8.
Oldenburg Burnout Inventory (OLBI) is used for measuring burnout.
Among the recognized reasons behind job burnout are the low progress in one's life and limited opportunities for reaching higher positions and the low level of salaries and benefits, as well.
In the present study, there was no significant relationship between job burnout dimensions and marital status.
Also, the results obtained by the current study indicated that there is a significant relationship between age and work history, and the individuals having longer work history and experience are less exposed to higher levels of job burnout. In the studies performed by Talaee et al.