PTSD, depression, and addiction soar amid skyrocketing cases of Omicron.
As we close out the 2021 year, the mental health of U.S. workers is still struggling.
As Americans brace themselves for year three of pandemic life, their mental health hits an all-time low, according to our Mental Health Index: U.S. Worker Edition.
Key findings include:
An alarming 1 in 4 American workers screened positive for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) – up 54% in the past three months and up 136% when compared to pre-pandemic.
Depression is surging – up 87% since fall (63% higher than before COVID-19).
Men are struggling the most, with an 80% greater risk of Addiction and 162% increase in Social Anxiety Disorder since three months ago. When looking specifically at men ages 40-59, general anxiety is up 94%.