STUDY: Millennials are quitting their jobs for 'mental health reasons'

Millennials are also three times more likely to experience anxiety.

Digital Content Producer
October 09, 2019 - 12:50 pm
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(KFTK) — A new study finds that younger generations are more likely to quit their job to preserve their mental health.

According to a report in the Harvard Business Review, about 50% of Millennials and 75% of the Gen Z population have quit a job due to "mental health reasons." 

That's much higher than the overall rate of 20%. Baby boomers came in the lowest at just 10%.

Millenials, defined as people between ages 22 and 38, were also three times more likely to experience anxiety and were "more in tune" with their mental health than boomers.

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