Who's the Loneliest Worker at your Office?

Young people aren't feeling the love at work, and it's not because they don't get along with their bosses—they just feel lonelier in the office than older people do. The reports on a "Loneliness Index" released by health insurer Cignaon Thursday that looks at loneliness overall in the US, as well as at loneliness specifically in the workplace, where feeling disconnected from others leads to lower productivity and less engagement, per a press release. Based on a 20-question survey of more than 10,400 people, researchers found that more than four-fifths of at-work Generation Z members—current 18- to 22-year-olds—and nearly 70% of working millennials (ranging in age from 23 to 37) are lonely.

Source: Newser




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