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Over Half Of Young People Say They Are Stressed On A Regular Basis

7 April - 11 mins
Podcast Series The Last Word with Matt Cooper

Young people in Ireland are under "more stress than ever before" due to the pandemic, according to a RED C research poll published today.

Over half of all 18 to 34-year-olds often feel stressed, compared to 35% around the world, while half of adults over the age of 35 also said they are stressed regularly.

Alexandra Ryan, founder of Goss.ie, and Harry McCann, editor of Trendster.ie and final year UCC student, joined us to discuss this.

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