We recently surveyed 1,000 participants for 4A’s from August 6, 2021 to August 9, 2021, to get a better understanding of the mental health problems they have been facing over the past year. One focus of the study was to discover the source of these issues, be it the pandemic, job loss, school closings, or any other stressor, while also examining what has impacted respondents positively. Of those surveyed, female respondents rated their mental health as negative to a larger extent than their male counterparts. The study also found that gen Z respondents feel much more negative on a whole than any other generation, with 29% of Gen Z respondents rating their mental health as poor or terrible. Read the full article on 4A’s.
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