New survey of US workers reveals 2 in 5 survey participants missed work due to depression

Nearly one-quarter of US respondents indicated they have been diagnosed with depression in their lifetime and two in five (nearly 40 percent) of those patients reported taking time off of work — an average of 10 days a year — as a result of their diagnosis. These findings are just a few of the key outcomes stemming from The Impact of Depression at Work Audit, evaluating the societal and economic burden of depression in the workplace. —> Read More Here


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