SMH - High-flying women in their 30s more at risk of mental health issues than men
According to Executive Health Solutions' analysis of more than 30,000 executive health assessments, female executives are at a significantly greater risk of stress, anxiety and depression than their males counterparts. Specifically, women in their 40s were 1.5 times more likely to show signs of stress, anxiety and depression than men, but women in their 50s, had about the same rate. According to Organisational psychologist Paul Flanagan, this is "because of gender roles and the pressure to excel in their careers while raising children." Read the complete article.
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