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Young people are experiencing a case of the “Sunday Scaries.”

Oct 13 2021

Young people are experiencing a case of the “Sunday Scaries.” Described as the feeling of looming anxiety about the upcoming workweek often due to burn out, the Sunday Scaries are a reality for many, and the younger generations are the most prone to the feeling. In a 2021 survey of almost 3,000 full-time U.S. workers conducted by CensusWide on behalf of LinkedIn, 66% of respondents say they experience stress and anxiousness on Sundays, and over three-quarters of both Gen Z and Millennials say that Sundays no longer represent the day of rest and relaxation they once did. Additionally, 41% of respondents say the pandemic has made their anxiety about the upcoming work week worse, signaling how people’s attitudes toward work are shifting as people seek more flexible work schedules and fulfillment outside of their jobs. YPulse’s What’s Next for Work trend research found that 70% of Gen Z and 81% of Millennials say they have felt burnt out because of work, and addressing the mental health problem in the workplace is key for retaining young talent while fostering healthy workplace culture. (Digiday)