Women have a high percentage of “often anxiety”

4% of women are “often anxious” This survey shows that 16.
4% of women “often have anxiety”, 72.
1% of women consider themselves “occasional anxiety.”
  From the perspective of age group, the proportion of women surveyed in “30-50 years old” is “most often anxious”, one in every five people is “often anxious”, while the survey women of “51-60 years old” are”No anxiety” has the highest proportion (15.
6%), much higher than other age groups.
  In terms of cities, Changsha, Chongqing, and Nanning women had a higher proportion of “often anxiety”, while Kunming and Dalian women had the lowest “often anxiety”.
  The survey shows that the main causes of women’s anxiety are “high work pressure”, “children’s education problems” and “interpersonal relationship problems”.
  Talk to relatives and friends to relieve stress This survey shows that “confidence” is the main method for women to dispatch pressure, and women’s relatives and friends are preferred.
In addition, “shopping” is also a common method used by women to dispatch pressure.
  We believe that the situation in which women first choose to talk to relatives and friends also reflects the inadequacy of the corresponding social service support system. For example, occupations such as marriage and family instructors are still lacking, and women have difficulty obtaining effective and convenient psychological counselingservice.
  Women in Changsha have higher job satisfaction. This survey shows that 89.
6% of the women surveyed felt stressful at work and more than 40% (40.
3%) of women felt that work stress was “larger” and “very big”.
Among them, women in the 31-40 age group have the most work pressure.
Compared with the previous year, the proportion of those who felt the work pressure was “large” has increased.
“Wages below expectations”, “intensive workplace competition”, and “too much work intensity” are considered the main sources of work pressure for urban women.
  The survey revealed that 22.
9% of women often work overtime, compared with only 15.
Compared with the previous year, the work intensity of urban women has increased, and the proportion of women who work more than eight hours a day has increased significantly.
  This survey shows that urban women are generally more satisfied with their jobs.
More than half of the respondents (52.
3%) are satisfied with their current job, and one in ten women surveyed are not satisfied with their current job.
Compared with the previous year, urban women’s job satisfaction has declined.
  The cities with the highest women’s job satisfaction are Shanghai, Changsha, Dalian, Chengdu and Ningbo.
  More than 70% of women want to be volunteers. This survey shows that more than 70% of the women surveyed are very interested in becoming volunteers for social welfare activities and have a strong willingness to participate in public welfare activities.
Qingdao, Nanning, Nanchang, Zhengzhou, Tianjin and other cities have higher willingness to participate in public welfare activities.
  The basic characteristics of the women surveyed: The age structure is between 20 and 60 years, with an average age of 35 years.
  Marital status 70.
6% “married”, 18.
8% “unmarried singles”.
  30% of the surveyed respondents lived with their parents, more than half (53.
9%) of the respondents had minor children.
  Education level Overall higher education level, 47.
9% have “undergraduate and above” education.
  Occupational status mainly includes administrative managers / civil servants, professional and technical personnel, business service personnel, and clerks.
  Individual monthly average income is more than half (56.8%) The average monthly income of the women surveyed is concentrated in “1000-3000 yuan”.