Mental health and cost-of-living crisis ‘double threat’ to young ethnic minority people

Joe Lepper
Wednesday, October 5, 2022

The wellbeing of young people from ethnic minority backgrounds is at risk from a “double threat” of rising costs and an increase in mental health issues following the pandemic, a survey is warning.

School leavers from ethnic minority backgrounds are more likely to take jobs lacking in progression, research finds. Picture: Adobe Stock
School leavers from ethnic minority backgrounds are more likely to take jobs lacking in progression, research finds. Picture: Adobe Stock

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