The national SDG 4 benchmarks are targets related to seven indicators that countries have committed to achieve by 2025 and 2030. They were submitted in two phases, by October 2021 and May 2022. Many of the benchmarks are disaggregated, mostly by education level, which means that, in total, countries needed to select 20 benchmark values each for 2025 and 2030 (Table )…
Before the pandemic, engagement and wellbeing were rising globally for nearly a decade — but now, they’re stagnant.
“Living for the weekend,” “watching the clock tick,” “work is just a paycheck.” These are the mantras of most global workers. With only 21% of employees engaged at work and 33% of employees thriving in their overall wellbeing, most would say that they don’t find their work meaningful, don’t think their lives are going well or don’t feel hopeful about their future.
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Whether employees are stressed because of work, or their stress is carrying over into work, one thing is clear: The world’s employees are feeling even more stressed than they did in 2020 (the previous all-time high).
Discover which countries and areas felt the most worry and which remained positive during the second year of uncertainty brought on by the pandemic. Download the 2022 report to see the latest on emotional wellbeing around the globe.
Gallup’s annual Global Emotions Report measures people’s positive and negative experiences worldwide, giving leaders insights into the emotional health of their societies, which traditional economic indicators don’t capture.
In 2021, people worldwide felt more worried, stressed, and sad than at any time in the past 16 years. They also had fewer positive experiences than they did in 2020.