Incidence rates suggest that employees under 25 are over three times more likely to suffer with depression compared to older employees
The Britain's Healthiest Workplace (BHW) study, developed by VitalityHealth in partnership with RAND Europe and the University of Cambridge, revealed a number of concerning statistics highlighting the struggles of younger employees when it comes to mental health. The study found that young workers are most likely to suffer with poor mental wellbeing at work, reporting higher rates of depression and work-related stress. In fact, employees below the age of 25 were found to have 3.5 times higher...
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