Tag: psychology

The COVID-19 Economy in Isolation

COVID-19 has brought health concerns to a whole new level. But the public isn’t looking at one of the most important parts of human health – mental health. During COVID-19, 2 out of every 3 Americans have felt anxious, depressed, lonely, or hopeless at least one time per week. One of the first signs of stress is panic buying. Supermarkets quickly ran out of common household supplies as millions of …
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Why We Must Trust Remote Workers

Remote work during COVID-19 has exploded in both popularity and necessity as millions of people are losing their jobs with businesses closing down. But even before COVID-19, remote work was on the rise. In 2019, 1 out of every 10 Americans were working from home at least 1 day a week. Remote work is so valued by employees because it lets workers have a better work-life balance, increase productivity and …
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Mental Health Under Quarantine

The USA has recently become the nation with the highest number of reported COVID-19 cases. This has prompted the government to close many stores and make everyone stay home, unless in cases of emergency. This stay at home order and with it an increasing anxiety can be damaging for your mental health and stability if nothing is done. Self isolation can have many effects on the mind and body. Social …
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