Over 50's not focusing on mental health

MetLife finds

John Brazier
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New research from MetLife finds that under half of those aged 50 or over are not prioritising their mental health

As part of research for the Re:Me report, MetLife found that only 43% of those aged 50+ were currently prioritising their mental health, as feeling fulfilled and a sense of belonging within an organisation was found to be a greater priority than mental health. In contrast, younger workers aged 18-29 experienced anxiety around monetary concerns, with 35% admitting they continuously worry about their finances which had impacted their productivity levels. As well as worries around money, job security was another concern that affected young workers focus and productivity at work. The move...

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