February 4, 2015
American Psychological Association Survey Shows Money Stress Weighing on Americans’ Health Nationwide
Stress in America™ survey finds parents, younger generations and lower-income households have higher stress than others overall
WASHINGTON — While aspects of the U.S. economy have improved, money continues to be a top cause of stress for Americans, according to the new Stress in America™: Paying With Our Health survey released today by the American Psychological Association. According to the survey, parents, younger generations and those living in lower-income households report higher levels of stress than Americans overall, especially when it comes to stress about money.
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