Understanding job dissatisfaction and burnout amongst student affairs professionals and its relation to student success

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  • Student affairs professionals are crucial in supporting student success in post-secondary
    education. There are a multitude of factors that can impact a student affairs professional’s ability
    to provide excellent and consistent support to students. This written work seeks to assess how
    burnout and job dissatisfaction impacts student affairs professionals’ ability to support student
    success and some potential mediating factors or strategies to move forward. Through reviewing
    literature around burnout, job dissatisfaction, and student success this piece hopes to highlight
    ways for individuals, workplaces, as well as institutional policies to combat issues of burnout and
    job dissatisfaction amongst student affairs professionals. Providing support to their support staff
    can allow post-secondary institutions to continue to support students and staff to thrive and

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    Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International