Conducted in partnership with the University of Georgia’s Consumer Analytics program, the survey evaluated participants on a 100-point scale covering three major areas of burnout: emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and low sense of personal accomplishment. The survey found that:



of accountants are experiencing some level of burnout, with 24% of those reporting high levels.



of participants reported having their personal lives disrupted by the month-end close.



of participants had to reopen the books in at least one month over the past year to fix errors.


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