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    15.4 million Working days lost

    Source: Estimates based on self-reports from the Labour Force Survey 2017/18

    44% Of all work-related ill-health cases

    Source: Estimates based on self-reports from the Labour Force Survey 2017/18

    25 Working days lost per case on average

    Source: Estimates based on self-reports from the Labour Force Survey 2017/18

    57% Of all working days lost due to ill health

    Source: Estimates based on self-reports from the Labour Force Survey 2017/18

    5.2 billion Annual cost of work-related stress, anxiety and depression in Great Britain 2014/15 Source: Estimates based on HSE Cost Model

    Main work factors Public sector most affected Workload pressure including:

    • Tight deadlines • Too much pressure • Too much responsibility

    Lack of managerial support including:

    • Organisational changes • Violence at work • Role uncertainty

    In particular:

    • Education • Health • Social care

    Associated jobs:

    • Teaching • Nursing/midwifery • Welfare

    Source: Estimates based on self-reports from the Labour Force Survey 2016/17 Source: Estimates based on self-reports from the Labour Force Survey 2016/17

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    0.6 million Workers suffering from work- related stress, anxiety and depression (new and long- standing cases) in 2017/18 Source: Estimates based on self-reports from the Labour Force Survey 2017/18

    HEALTH AND SAFETY AT WORK STRESS, ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION STATISTICS 2018

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