Burnout Among Religious Youth Workers: A Cross National Analysis

in Journal of Youth and Theology
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The subject of burn-out has received a great deal of popular and academic attention, as the issue is a common problem and experience in both the United States and European Union context. This paper, after a representative literature review, presents and analyzes findings about burnout among youth workers. In Fall 2006 a survey on youth ministry burn out was conducted by the author in the United States, with an N of 155. The identical survey was conducted in 2008 among youth workers in the European Union, with an eventual N of 98. This research will be of interest not only to youth ministry practitioners, but those who teach youth workers as well.

Burnout Among Religious Youth Workers: A Cross National Analysis

in Journal of Youth and Theology

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