Mental health impacts job performance of 61% of young adults: study – Trail Times

by ahnationtalk on October 9, 201912 Views

International study reveals generational differences in mental health

Oct. 9, 2019

A new study says mental health challenges are hitting younger workers harder.

In an international study by Teladoc Health, 61 per cent of 18-25 year olds say mental health symptoms have affected their job performance.

The study, conducted by Ipsos Mori, interviewed 3,974 online participants between 18-65 years old from four different countries: 1,000 from the U.S., 1,000 from the United Kingdom, 964 from Canada and 930 from Australia.

More than 35 per cent of workers between 18-25 years old had been diagnosed with a mental health problem compared to 27 per cent of all respondents.

Read More: https://www.trailtimes.ca/news/mental-health-impacts-job-performance-of-61-of-young-adults-study/

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