LifeSearch: Under 35s struggling the most with WFH

One in three workers under 35 feel they work ‘too much’

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LifeSearch: Under 35s struggling the most with WFH

Under-35s have struggled with working from home (WFH) more than older workers, according to new research from LifeSearch.

Challenges with home setups, and the demands of longer hours and greater childcare responsibilities, were identified by the life insurance specialist as the biggest pressures facing this demographic. The LifeSearch Health Wealth & Happiness Index has found 40% of all home workers feel lonely and isolated when WFH. This rises significantly for younger generations with over half (52%) of those under-35s saying they feel lonely due to their work circumstances. Overall, three...

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