Yahoo Finance March 21, 2023
Trey Williams

It doesn’t matter if we’re talking about quiet quitting, bare minimum Monday, it’s “almost Friday” Thursday, or “I swear if there’s one meeting on my calendar” Friday—it’s obvious the American worker is going through it. Two-plus years of an isolating, anxiety-inducing pandemic gravely impacted people’s mental health. We worked through it for the most part, or simply dove right back in in the post-vaccinated world.

Three out of four U.S. employees, according to a new study from One Medical and Workplace Intelligence, say their mental and physical health either worsened or stayed the same in 2022—a year marked by pushes to return to “normal” and get workers back to their desks in corporate offices.

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