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Two-thirds of women are still uncomfortable discussing mental health at work

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Working women are stressed, uncomfortable sharing their mental health struggles, and dealing with microaggressions. But what else is new, amirite?

These were among the findings of Deloitte’s fourth annual Women @ Work survey of more than 5,000 women across 10 countries. Let’s get into it.

Physical and mental pain. While 23% of women reported experiencing burnout, a 5% decline since last year, one-half of all respondents said they’re more stressed than they were a year ago. Some 60% of those in the ethnic minority said their stress is higher than a year ago, versus 49% of the majority. And one-third said that

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