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Jacinda Ardern resignation has people wondering when to quit – but that's the wrong way to think about burnout

By Anthony Montgomery, Professor in Occupational & Organisational Psychology, Northumbria University, Newcastle
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Jacinda Ardern’s resignation as New Zealand prime minister has sparked discussions about burnout and when is the “right time” to leave a job. Some have written admirably about Ardern’s decision to leave, saying that she is being kind to herself and not overstaying her welcome – in contrast to many other world leaders.

One of the youngest holders of public office, Ardern had become an international symbol for how to integrate work and personal life. She famously

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