Gen X workers experiencing worrisome mental health declines

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Although COVID-19 vaccines are becoming more widely available and giving many employees hope for light at the end of the tunnel in regard to the pandemic, mental health relief isn’t widespread.

According to the latest results from Total Brain’s Mental Health Index, employees in the sandwich generation—those ages 40-59 who are typically tending to children and aging parents amid a pandemic—have experienced worrisome declines in mental health over the last few months. The risk of PTSD has increased 51% since January, and planning, which impacts decisiveness, was down 10% in March 2021. Further, the risk of general anxiety is 86% higher

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