Mental Health in the COVID-19 Era

During the last 12 months, U.S. workers experienced a pandemic-fueled emotional roller coaster of events, marked by alarmingly high mental health risk levels and worrisome declines in cognitive capacities. 


A look back at the first 12 months of the pandemic 

A mental health crisis existed long before COVID-19. Data prior to the pandemic revealed a stunning 70% of U.S. workers’ brain capacity is impaired to some degree by stress and high-risk of mental health conditions – a reminder that the pandemic only amplified an existing crisis that is still left to be addressed.

In this report, we'll cover how COVID-19 has affected the mental health of U.S. employees over the past twelve months, including everything from job security and safety to changes at home and events in the news.