Certain demographic groups are feeling even less optimistic. Among Generation Z, for example, just one-third report feeling positive about their overall wellbeing.
Even more concerning, only 28% feel good about their mental and emotional wellbeing, while even fewer (27%) are confident about their financial wellbeing.
Likewise, women lag behind their male counterparts in all measures of wellbeing, especially in financial wellbeing, where just 39% of women feel confident, compared to 51% of men.
In the workplace, the impact of wellbeing is significant. When an employee’s wellbeing is thriving, they perform at a higher level, take fewer sick days, and have lower rates of burnout.