International Employees Experience Higher Rates Of Depression & Anxiety

News | August 4, 2017

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International employees (expatriates) experience higher rates of depression and anxiety, according to a white paper issued by Aetna International. Aetna claims data indicates that instances of mental health issues in general rose from 2014 through 2016 in each of Aetna’s international regions. In Europe mental health claims by expats rose by 33%. In the Middle East, expat mental…

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