The stressful political climate worsened with the shutdown of the federal government. And even though a break may be in sight, even the uncertainty adds stress. A neuroscientist offers ways to cope.
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Five ways to recover from the shutdown.
IRS, Census and science agency employees bemoan shutdown’s long-term impact.
Employee engagement was a problem before the shutdown. It’s likely to get worse.
The government collects reams of economic data that are vital to the functioning of companies, policymakers and even families.
A pilot explains how a month-long shutdown will have lasting effects on air traffic controllers. “I can hear stress in their voice that didn’t used to be there.”
The president closed the government in the belief that his core supporters would never forgive him if he didn’t build the wall. Instead, the closure showed weaknesses in that coalition.
It will be very difficult for federal employees to pick up where they left off, especially with another possible shutdown looming on Feb. 15.
President Trump on Friday signed a bill to fund agencies through Feb. 15.