Breaking point: Gen Z's mental health crisis

Black male Gen Z sitting on couch scrolling through his smart phone.
Published by
Izzy Hall
Published on
July 3, 2024
Last updated
July 3, 2024
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Breaking point: Gen Z's mental health crisis

Black male Gen Z sitting on couch scrolling through his smart phone.
Published by
Izzy Hall
Published on
July 3, 2024
Last updated
July 3, 2024

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Gen Z is undoubtedly suffering from a mental health crisis.

From climate change to pandemics, to rising inflation and the endless barrage of news via the social media cycle, this cohort hasn’t had an easy ride. They may be the most open generation yet, but the pressure of changing the world and fighting back is weighing heavy on their shoulders.

What issues are Gen Z are facing? How are they really feeling? How should brands and employers be interacting with them as a result? Our report covers it all.