New research has revealed that more than three-quarters of men who live alone feel isolated while they’re working from home – and even men with a partner and children in the house are hit worst by lockdown loneliness.

The survey has found:

•    79 per cent of men who live alone feel isolated and two-fifths have experienced a decline in their mental health
•    39 per cent of men living with a partner and children feel isolated, and 31 per cent of women
•    42 per cent of workers have struggled with isolation since working from home
•    Nearly three quarters (71 per cent) of all workers miss their colleagues
•    40 per cent of 18-30 year olds report that their mental health has deteriorated
•    Only three-quarters of women who live alone take suitable breaks, compared to 90 per cent of men
 

 

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