Single The purpose of this study was to present theoretical and policy discussions and their implications for the relationship between the variables by reviewing the results of previous studies related to resilience, job burnout, and job enthusiasm so far, reflecting the lack of previous studies on life support workers. For this purpose, the level of perception of life support workers performing care services for the elderly was analyzed. As a result of the analysis, it was found that the resilience of life support workers affects job burnout and job enthusiasm, and job enthusiasm affects job burnout. In addition, job enthusiasm was found to have a mediating effect in the relationship between resilience and job burnout. Reflecting the results of this analysis, the necessity of management for resilience, job enthusiasm, and job burnout of life support workers was emphasized, and the limitations of the study and future research tasks were also presented.