People are flocking to coworking spaces because they are often less expensive than renting out a dedicated office for your business. Plus, many coworking offices come with administrative staff, access to printers, Wi-Fi and meetings rooms. But they are also popular for the social benefits: free coffee and snacks, regular happy hour events, “Zen rooms” and showers.
One in five college students reported thoughts of suicide, according to a 2018 study by researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. And it was the second-leading cause of death among people ages 10 to 34, according to the CDC. Now colleges are training students to help peers who are at risk for depression and suicide.
The heartwrenching Facebook video posted in June has received more than 10 million views and has been shared more than 150k times. Titled “The reality of suicide,” it’s just one of multiple video and blog posts Dani Bates has posted to raise awareness about suicide and reduce the stigma around talking about it.
Although there have been great strides since the Americans with Disabilities Act was put in place 29 years ago, long-standing problems persist. One of them is the unemployment rate for disabled people, which “has pretty much stayed the same since World War II,” said Felicia Nurmsen, managing director of employer services at NOD.