Americans aged between 18 to 23, also called adult Gen Z, report high level of stress

Americans aged between 18 to 23, also called adult Gen Z, report high level of stress, relating to a poll.

The American Psychological Association’s (APA) Stress in American 2020 report revealed that, on average, Gen Z adults scored their stress levels in past times month as 6.1 out of 10, with 10 being the most significant level. The common across all adults was 5.

The survey perforemed between the dates of August 4 and 26, 2020, because of the Harris Poll when it comes to APA, involved 3,409 over-18s surviving in the U.S. Almost a fifth (19 percent) stated their mental health was worse than throughout the same period this past year, at 34 percent of Gen Z adults; 21 percent of Gen Xers aged 42 to 55; 19 percent millennials aged 24 to 41; 12 percent of Boomers, aged 56 to 74, and 8 percent of these aged 75 and above.

Reference

Gen Z Is the Most Stressed Out Group in America, Poll Finds.https://www.newsweek.com/gen-z-most-stressed-out-group-america-poll-finds-1540549

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