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Pandemic-related stress is impacting (some) young adults’ decision making.

Oct 28 2021

Pandemic-related stress is impacting (some) young adults’ decision making. According to The American Psychological Association’s “Stress in America” survey of 3,035 adults, 32% of adults say they’re so stressed by the pandemic that they sometimes wrestle with daily tasks like choosing what to eat or wear, and parents, younger adults, and people of color were more likely to report feeling overwhelmed by simple tasks. Additionally, adults ages 18-24-years-old and 25-42-year-olds were the most likely to report these struggles, and 61% of respondents say the pandemic has made them rethink how they live their life by participating in fewer social activities, altering their eating habits, or changing their physical activity. YPulse’s State of Mind trend research explores how pandemic-induced stress is affecting Gen Z and Millennials, reporting that 84% of Gen Z and 74% of Millennials feel anxious about the future, and they’re looking for mental health support from brands, employers, and educators as they navigate their post-vax lives. (NBC News)