Women and burnout-how do we create socially sustainable environments where people feel good?Kvinnor och utbrändhet - hur skapar vi socialt hållbara miljöer där människor mår bra?

"More women are being sick-sick by exhaustion depression and up to every other young girl in school suffering from stress. Stress and burnout is a matter of gender equality. In the network of the Power Salon, we see how stress causes women to reject leadership assignments or jump off prematurely. That is a big loss Not only one for those who are affected, but also for the entire civil society who are missing out on important skills and valuable perspectives. ”So, the non-profit organization writes the Power Salon, which works with gender issues in civil society.

"Fler kvinnor sjukskrivs av utmattningsdepressioner och uppemot varannan ung tjej i skolan lider av stress. Stress och utbrändhet är en jämställdhetsfråga. I Maktsalongens nätverk ser vi hur stress gör att kvinnor tackar nej till ledaruppdrag eller hoppar av i förtid. Det är en stor förlust, inte bara en för dem som drabbas, utan även för hela civilsamhället som går miste om viktig kompetens och värdefulla perspektiv.” Så skriver den ideella organisationen Maktsalongen, som arbetar med jämställdhetsfrågor i civilsamhället.

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Women and burnout-how do we create socially sustainable environments where people feel good?

"More women are being sick-sick by exhaustion depression and up to every other young girl in school suffering from stress. Stress and burnout is a matter of gender equality. In the network of the Power Salon, we see how stress causes women to reject leadership assignments or jump off prematurely. That is a big loss Not only one for those who are affected, but also for the entire civil society who are missing out on important skills and valuable perspectives. ”So, the non-profit organization writes the Power Salon, which works with gender issues in civil society.

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"More women are being sick-sick by exhaustion depression and up to every other young girl in school suffering from stress. Stress and burnout is a matter of gender equality. In the network of the Power Salon, we see how stress causes women to reject leadership assignments or jump off prematurely. That is a big loss Not only one for those who are affected, but also for the entire civil society who are missing out on important skills and valuable perspectives. ”So, the non-profit organization writes the Power Salon, which works with gender issues in civil society.

Like what the Power Salon sees, the Swedish Social Insurance Agency has through various reports also noticed strong increases in the number of burnt out women in the middle of life, in their 30-40 years. The reasons are many but one of those mentioned is the duplication and the unpaid work that many women do. According to Statistics Sweden, the difference between women's and men's time in unpaid work is reduced mainly because women's unpaid time decreases. In 2010, women spent 3.5 hours on unpaid work a weekday, men 2.5 hours. Women have reduced their time in unpaid work during an everyday day since 1990 by 1 hour, men have increased their time by 8 minutes.

That more and more women are being burned out is a social problem! How can we take responsibility and change this? How can we change norms and attitudes to more evenly distribute work at workplaces and in everyday life for citizens in Stockholm? How can we create socially sustainable environments where people feel good? How can we change the behavior of ourselves around this in order not to be burned out?

Help me and other citizens participate in Developing your city with insights and ideas about this! Follow the ideas that appear here and use them to encourage others to change, because we can start where we stand. Much is about norms and daring to change them.

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Susanne Ringström

Sources:

http://www.scb.se/Statistik/_Publikationer/LE0201_2013B14_BR_X10BR1401.pdf

http://www.forsakringskassan.se/wps/wcm/connect/f9b14fa7-763c-44cc-8bdc-73352d20777c/socialforsakringsrapport_2012_4.pdf?MOD=AJPERES

https://www.forsakringskassan.se/wps/wcm/connect/273d43f3-5c89-4df3-9f48-58d5e99ec515/socialforsakringsrapport_2014_14.pdf?MOD=AJPERES

http://maktsalongen.se/content/uploads/2015/09/StressMotståndskraft_internet.pdf

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Kvinnor och utbrändhet - hur skapar vi socialt hållbara miljöer där människor mår bra?

"Fler kvinnor sjukskrivs av utmattningsdepressioner och uppemot varannan ung tjej i skolan lider av stress. Stress och utbrändhet är en jämställdhetsfråga. I Maktsalongens nätverk ser vi hur stress gör att kvinnor tackar nej till ledaruppdrag eller hoppar av i förtid. Det är en stor förlust, inte bara en för dem som drabbas, utan även för hela civilsamhället som går miste om viktig kompetens och värdefulla perspektiv.” Så skriver den ideella organisationen Maktsalongen, som arbetar med jämställdhetsfrågor i civilsamhället.

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"Fler kvinnor sjukskrivs av utmattningsdepressioner och uppemot varannan ung tjej i skolan lider av stress. Stress och utbrändhet är en jämställdhetsfråga. I Maktsalongens nätverk ser vi hur stress gör att kvinnor tackar nej till ledaruppdrag eller hoppar av i förtid. Det är en stor förlust, inte bara en för dem som drabbas, utan även för hela civilsamhället som går miste om viktig kompetens och värdefulla perspektiv.” Så skriver den ideella organisationen Maktsalongen, som arbetar med jämställdhetsfrågor i civilsamhället.

Likt vad Maktsalongen ser, har Försäkringskassan genom olika rapporter också uppmärksammat kraftiga ökningar i antalet utbrända kvinnor mitt i livet, i 30-40 års åldern. Orsakerna är många men en av dem som nämns är det dubbelarbete och det obetalda arbete som många kvinnor gör. Enligt Statistiska Centralbyrån minskar skillnaden mellan kvinnors och mäns tid i obetalt arbete främst för att kvinnors obetalda tid minskar. 2010 lade kvinnor 3,5 timmar på obetalt arbete ett vardagsdygn, män 2,5 timmar. Kvinnor har minskat sin tid i obetalt arbete under ett vardagsdygn sedan 1990 med 1 timme, män har ökat sin tid med 8 minuter.

Att allt fler kvinnor blir utbrända är ett samhällsproblem! Hur kan vi ta ansvar och förändra detta? Hur kan vi förändra normer och attityder för att jämnare fördela arbetet på arbetsplatser och i vardagslivet för medborgare i Stockholm? Hur kan vi skapa socialt hållbara miljöer där människor mår bra? Hur kan vi förändra beteenden hos oss själva kring detta för att inte bli utbrända?

Hjälp mig och andra medborgare delaktiga på Utveckla din stad med insikter och idéer kring detta! Följ idéerna som dyker upp här och använd dem för att uppmuntra andra att förändra, för att vi kan börja där vi står. Mycket handlar ju om normer och att våga förändra dem.

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Susanne Ringström

Källor:

http://www.scb.se/Statistik/_Publikationer/LE0201_2013B14_BR_X10BR1401.pdf

http://www.forsakringskassan.se/wps/wcm/connect/f9b14fa7-763c-44cc-8bdc-73352d20777c/socialforsakringsrapport_2012_4.pdf?MOD=AJPERES

https://www.forsakringskassan.se/wps/wcm/connect/273d43f3-5c89-4df3-9f48-58d5e99ec515/socialforsakringsrapport_2014_14.pdf?MOD=AJPERES

http://maktsalongen.se/content/uploads/2015/09/StressMotståndskraft_internet.pdf

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