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The Expecting the unexpected: a spotlight on preparing for a crisis report, based on a survey carried out on behalf of Close Brothers by Opinium of 2,000 UK based employees, found that increased mental health worries caused by the Covid-19 pandemic are highest among 18-34 year olds (63%). Compared to a similar survey conducted at the same time last year, the 18-34 y/o age group has seen a 13% increase in mental health worries, while the 55+ age group saw the largest increase, growing 37% year-on-year....
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