Gen Z More Stressed Than Gen Z and Baby Boomers
While older age groups face the biggest health risks from the virus itself, and Millennials and Generation X are navigating the dual challenges of remote work and home- schooling, it is 18- to 24-year-olds who have reported the highest levels of stress in the early weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Based on data from more than 400 organizations across the globe (who have signed up for their free COVID-19 Social Impact Assessment tool) here are the preliminary findings so far;
COVID-19 Social Impact Report include:
52% say they are worried about being infected by the COVID-19 virus.
32% believe themselves and their family would not recover if they were to become infected.
37% feel their job is at risk as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
72% say their spending habits have changed since the pandemic began, with many now only spending on essential items.
28% say they are unable to continue providing for their families as a result of the pandemic.
55% believe social distancing has had a negative effect on their community.
36% say they do not feel safe going out.
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