You might think there would be few surprises in a survey that’s been done six times already. But the seventh edition of Cigna’s 360 Well-Being Survey has a quality that sets it far apart from its predecessors: it is the first one to have been carried out in the midst of a global pandemic.
Asking people to compare how they feel about their family, financial, physical, social and work well-being now compared to January 2020 is not easy after a health crisis that has caused a tragic loss of human life, economic turmoil and social isolation. But that is perhaps why this year’s 360 Well-Being Survey is more important than ever before. In these unprecedented times, we need all the information we can get in order to build back our societies, economies and communities.
Key findings include:
Vaccination rollouts are transforming perceptions of well-being
Mental health is seen as the most important influence on Whole Health
Many are concerned about longer-term financial commitments
Women have been more negatively impacted by the pandemic than men
Children help improve well-being and resilience
Employees expect more health and well-being support from employers
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