Prioritizing Mental Health At Work Across Generations

Jonathan Gary is the CEO of i-Kare Treatment Center and a business owner, author, motivational speaker, entrepreneur and investor.

The year 2021 saw disquieting survey revelations when it came to mental health. Research from notable agencies highlighted trends in mental health and increased stress; one such study came from Deloitte, which conducted its analysis on almost 23,000 millennial and Generation Z participants from across more than 40 countries.

The effect on mental health in recent years has largely been influenced by the ongoing pandemic, which has not only resulted in health and future concerns for the sampled population, but has also meant uncertainty for the job market and financial prospects.

millennials made up the largest share of the U.S. workforce, while it is estimated that Gen Z will make up 27% of the global workforce by 2025. Today, millennials and Gen Z make up a significant share of the workforce, and

Keep reading this article on Forbes Small Business.

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