Mind survey finds men more likely to experience work-related mental health problems

New research from Mind shows that men are twice as likely to have mental health problems due to their job, compared to problems outside of work.

One in three men (32 per cent) attribute poor mental health to their job, compared to one in seven men (14 per cent) who say it's problems outside of work. Women, on the other hand, say that their job and problems outside of work are equal contributing factors; one in five women say that their job is the reason for their poor mental health, the same as those who say problems outside of work is to blame (19 per cent).