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  1. “To counter the syndrome, try managing working time, taking a rest once in a while, or talking with your colleagues..." In that case, there shouldn't be much, if any burnout syndrome in Thailand. Other than the mom and pop shops, It's all I can do to get a worker at a bank, store, etc., to get off their mobile phone, away from chatting with co-workers, or just plain ignoring that a customer needs some assistance, and have them help me. Then, if for some reason they do pay attention to me, they don't have the slightest idea what I am looking for, and (in the case of a store) I have to search for what I need by myself.
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