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Millennial Burnout In The United States
Burnout is now recognized as a legitimate medical diagnosis according to the International Classification of diseases from the World Health Organization. Topping the list of burnout factors for millennials are financial and career stresses according to a new study.
Lhasa OMS recently surveyed 2,000 millennials to learn more about their stress levels, the impact stress has on their lives and the coping methods they turn to. Here’s what they found:
- 78% of millennials believe life is more stressful today than for previous generations
- Top millennial stressors include 1. Finances and debt 2. Work/career pressure 3. Maintaining a healthy work-life balance
- 91% of respondents said a higher income would lead to them feeling less stressed
- Despite feeling stressed out multiple times a week, only 12% of millennials regularly set aside time to de-stress!
The full study can be seen infographic below.