Lonely, burned out, and depressed: The state of millennials' mental health entering the 2020s
Article from Business Insider by Hillary Hoffower and Allana Akhtar
From the article:
"Business Insider took a look at the mental-health state of millennials (defined by the Pew Research Center as the cohort turning ages 23 to 38 in 2019). The forecast for millennials' mental health in 2020 doesn't look pretty — depression and "deaths of despair" are both on the rise among the generation, linked to issues such as loneliness and money stress."
This article gives 12 ways mental illness has affected millennials.