TROUBLING: "42% of Gen Z diagnosed with a mental health condition, survey reveals"; Gen Z young adults started dealing with mental health problems immediately following the start of the pandemic 2020

by Paul Alexander

A range of these issues were largely identified during the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic. Benjamin Fearnow


‘Nearly 90 percent of Gen Z respondents believe their generation is not set up for success and 75 percent feel they are at a disadvantage in comparison to previous generations (like baby boomers or Gen X) who are at least 42 years-old in 2022. This latest poll portrays Gen Z as overwhelmingly cynical about the post-pandemic world and what role they may one day play in it.’