‘Malaysians the most stressed out from Covid-19 and WFH’


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PETALING JAYA: Malaysia has a greater proportion of people working from home during the Covid-19 pandemic compared with the global average, but its people are also experiencing the highest level of anxiety among the 28 countries polled, a survey revealed.

Market research firm Ipsos, in its latest study on the pandemic’s effect on the workforce, found that 65% of Malaysians said they were working from home, compared to the 52% global average.

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