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Mental health word cloud The outlook for mental health is poor, given the resurgence of infection rates in several cities, the uncertainties about schools reopening, and the challenges employees will have going back to work. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The mental health of the U.S. workforce improved slightly last month, but employees remain at much higher risk for problems like anxiety and depressive disorder due to the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Total Brain.

Total Brain, an app platform that provides computerized, self-monitoring assessments of the mental health of U.S. workers to both employers and health care providers, has compiled monthly samples of its data since February, in partnership with the National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions and One Mind at Work. In June, Total Brain found the number of employees at risk for mental health conditions remained “alarmingly elevated,” when compared to just before the pandemic.

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