Wellbeing | Under 30s more likely to suffer from 'Winter blues'

Under 30s more likely to suffer from 'Winter blues'

Workers under the age of 30 are statistically more likely to face stress and poor mental health issues in winter, a new study conducted by Instinctif has found.

Whilst all workers notice a drop in morale around the darker winter months, the issue is far more prevalent and in some cases more severe amongst younger workers. Over half of workers under the age of 30 are more stressed than usual during the winter months, while 29% are more likely to be depressed.

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