COVID-19 and Wellbeing: Life in the Pandemic
Following the devastating international impact of Covid-19, this report explores the immediate implications of the pandemic for people’s lives and livelihoods in OECD countries. The report charts the course of wellbeing – from jobs and incomes through to social connections, health, work-life balance, safety and more – using data collected during the first 12-15 months of the pandemic.
It shows how COVID-19 has had far-reaching consequences for how we live, work and connect with one another, and how experiences of the pandemic varied widely, depending on whether and where people work, their gender, age, race and ethnicity, education and income levels.
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