Working Women

Recently, I read a really interesting article by the Kapor Institute for Disounts. It discusses how working women in America are more likely than their male counterparts to develop depression and anxiety which can lead them down an economic spiral as well!
The numbers speak volumes: On any given day around 2/3 of all employed American workers have either been diagnosed with or treated for some form mental illness — including major depressive disorder alone (the most common). And yet these same people powering our economy often don’t receive necessary support at work due primarily because they’re not part-time employees but rather full time – so HR doesn’t see it coming from your perspective when you need help behind closed doors during