AXA survey reveals mental health impact of pandemic

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A survey of 5,800 working and non-working people across the UK, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Switzerland has revealed that 64% of those who working in this region have seen work-related stress levels increase compared with pre-pandemic levels. The findings published in A Report on Mental Health & Wellbeing in Europe, commissioned by AXA, also showed that eight in 10 (81%) suffering from increased stress levels described themselves as having a poor or low state of mind at the time of being surveyed. Of the UK workers polled, 27% aged 25-34 said their mental health had det...

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