Woman stressed out Younger employees reported higher increases in stress levels than older workers—for example, burnout symptoms were up 64% in those under age 30, while up 22% for those over 30. (Photo: Rommel Canlas/Shutterstock.com)

As stress continues to be a major concern for workers' well-being, a new study underscores the importance of employer support. The study, published by digital wellness company meQuilibrium, surveyed more than 5,000 workers and managers.

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