Brett Ullman | May 7, 2020 | 0
Nearly 70% of university students battle loneliness during school year, survey says
Growing problem not just for University students but for people of all ages and stages.
A new study of Canadian university students found more than 66 per cent reported feeling “very lonely” in the past year.
And the problem was worse for female students, with nearly 70 per cent feeling very lonely at least once in the last year, compared with male students at 59 per cent.
More than 43,000 students were surveyed for the National College Health Assessment.
It found about 30 per cent of students “felt very lonely” within the last two weeks.
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