Here Are the 10 Most Anxious Cities to Work in 2021

, (2021, July 29). Here Are the 10 Most Anxious Cities to Work in 2021. Psychreg on Mental Health. https://www.psychreg.org/most-anxious-cities/

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The last year has been a stressful one for many, resulting in a staggering increase in anxiety across the globe. This anxiety can take a major toll on the mental and physical health of several employees due to the stress and loneliness of working from home.

Small Business Prices analysed a number of cities around the world, looking at global happiness, how much of the population deals with depression, work-life balance, poverty levels and the cost of living to uncover where people are the most anxious about returning to normal life post-Covid.

Top 10 cities where employees are least anxious

  1. Copenhagen, Denmark
  2. Prague, Czech Republic
  3. Zurich, Switzerland
  4. Reykjavik, Iceland
  5. Berlin, Germany
  6. Oslo, Norway
  7. Ljubljana, Slovenia
  8. Bratislava, Slovakia
  9. Amsterdam, Netherlands
  10. Vienna, Austria

Copenhagen in Denmark is revealed as the least anxious city for those employees working from home during the pandemic and also ranks top in terms of overall happiness. With only 6% of the population in poverty and an unemployment rate of only 6%, it offers confidence to employees in their careers, even during the pandemic. 

Prague is the next least anxiety-prone city for employees working from home, with one of the lowest unemployment rates in Europe of 3.1% and only 2.7% of the population battles with depression. Similarly, Zurich in Switzerland follows with a happiness ranking of 7.57 and the highest disposable income of £2323 per month.

Top 10 cities where employees are most anxious

  1. Cape Town, South Africa
  2. Athens, Greece
  3. Istanbul, Turkey
  4. Santiago, Chile,
  5. Lisbon, Portugal
  6. Boston, US
  7. New York, US
  8. Moscow, Russia
  9. Riga, Latvia
  10. Los Angeles, US

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