The entertainment/hospitality industry took the biggest hit—mental health is rated worse now (55% of respondents saying it is excellent or good) than during the early part of the pandemic. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The mental wellness of workers in the US suffered during the COVID-19 pandemic but is bouncing back, a new survey from Travelers has found.

The Travelers Mental Wellness Checkup was a survey of 2,000 employed adults across the U.S., and discovered that although many American workers experienced loneliness, worry about losing a loved one, and stress, most are now reporting better mental health. The survey found that 73% or respondents described their current mental health as excellent or good – up from 67% in the early months of the pandemic.

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