Nov. 3, 2016

WorldatWork

Stress Across the Ages

Millennials report the highest rates of anxiety and depression out of any generation, according to the 2016 ComPsych StressPulse Report, with many Millennials identifying student loan debt and starting their first job as major causes of stress. Across generations, 24 percent of workers say financial issues are the biggest stressors at home. But the report also illustrates that not everyone is worried about money. In fact, employees of different age groups report very different causes of stress. For example, Generation Xers are more worried about relationship and familial issues than any other group, while baby boomers are the only generation to cite significant stress levels due to bereavement.

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