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Pandemic hits mental health of women and young people hardest, survey finds
by Jon Henley
The Guardian Translate This Article
23 November 2021
On 23 November 2021 The Guardian reported:
Young people and women have taken the hardest psychological and financial hit from the pandemic, a YouGov survey has found -- but few people anywhere are considering changing their lives as a result of it. The annual YouGov-Cambridge Globalism Project found that in many of the 27 countries surveyed, young people were consistently more likely than their elders to feel the COVID crisis had made their financial and mental health concerns worse. ... Comparable proportions of young and older people said they were worrying more about money as a result of the pandemic, while across several measures, women were also consistently more likely than men to report a negative impact from crisis.
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