"This report endorses the belief that employment has a positive effect on one's overall health," said Dr. Ian Arnold, recently retired Chair of the Workforce Advisory Committee for the Mental Health Commission of Canada. "Positive elements that are attributed to having a full-time job do help to keep illnesses at bay and Canadians optimistic while maintaining a healthy lifestyle."Eighty per cent of Canadians believe their employers should play a role in helping to manage stress. Not surprisingly, almost half (46 per cent) of unemployed Canadians don't have the support they need to manage the stress in their lives. Among those 18-24 year olds who are experiencing excessive stress, 37 per cent don't have the support they need to manage the stress in their lives.
National Survey Reveals 90 Per Cent Of Young Canadians Are Stressed Out In Today's Economy
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