Mental health problems rise with unemployment: Roy Morgan

mental health affected by unemployment: sad woman has packed her desk and takes a box away from the office
The incidence of depression, stress and anxiety has grown alongside the unemployment figures, according to Roy Morgan research which has found the two trends are closely linked – especially for young unemployed. Between 2010 and 2014, the proportion of Australian adults looking for work rose from 4% to 7.4% of the population, Roy Morgan research

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