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Nebraska College Preparatory Academy Senior Capstone Project, Spring 2022 https://digitalcommons.unl.edu/ncpacapstone/
The effects of successful academic work ethics are diminishing as adolescent burnout rises. This research focuses on high school students grades 9-12. It is critical to comprehend why school burnout is on the rise so that we can learn how to effectively help teenagers be successful at work and in school. Academic related burnout is due to a variety of factors, including despair and a sense of academic overburden. According to scholarly studies, schoolrelated depression has a negative impact on a teen's work ethic, as well as increasing burnout and a lack of interest in the curriculum. Academic depression must be addressed since it has an unintended detrimental impact on students' grades and undermines their selfconfidence. Students are disinterested in college and must investigate other options to increase interest.