RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Amid quarantine and widespread adoption of home office use, 62 percent of professionals are more anxious and stressed about their work than before. The data is from a LinkedIn survey of 2,000 professionals conducted in April.
According to respondents, the lack of interaction with co-workers has also been significant: 39 percent of them feel lonely, 30 percent say they are stressed by the absence of relaxation time at work, and 20 percent feel insecure due to difficulties in knowing how their colleagues and company are performing.
On the other hand, 33 percent of respondents . . .