Perfectionism plays a significant part in burnout culture.
They both can be seen as badges of honor
in a work-harder world.
It's no secret that perfectionism is respected at some level.
How often to interviewees list that as a negative quality
with the presumption that it's not really that bad
and that their employer may well see it as a positive quality instead?
After all, the perfectionist does good work
by paying attention to detail and
working long hours