US Worker Mental Health Improved As Economy Reopened, But PTSD Risk Up 121% From Post-Pandemic

Posted on AllSides April 28th, 2022
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Workers' mental health has remained a serious concern throughout the pandemic, and as economies have reopened there has been an improvement in behavioral health.

But according to the first-quarter report from the 2022 Mental Health Index U.S. Worker Edition, new problems are arising, as 1-in-4 workers in March were at risk for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), which is an increase of 121% from pre-pandemic levels.

“It is understandable that this reintegration after such a lengthy period in quarantine has also resulted in an increased risk of PTSD,” said Daryl Tol, executive vice president of One Mind...

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