Younger workers remain stressed at work and are showing an increasing degree of anxiety about finances, mental health, and family problems this year, a Deloitte Global’s 2022 survey has shown.
The survey on Filipino millennials and Gen Z released on July 5 found that 48 percent of Filipino millennials and 68 percent of Gen Z reported anxiety most or all the time. There was an increase of two percentage points and one percentage point, respectively, from last year’s levels.
Over 60 percent of Filipino millennial and Gen Z workers referred to long-term financial future, day-to-day finances, concerns about their mental health, and family/personal relationships as the reasons for the stress.
Over 50 percent of millennials and 40 percent of Gen Zs hope the economic and socio-political conditions in the country will improve in the next months.
The survey was conducted from November 2021 to January 2022 spanning a total of 23,220 respondents from 46 different countries.