Global apparel brand, lululemon, has released its third annual Global Wellbeing Report, based on a survey of 14,000 people across 14 global markets.
Exploring the worldwide state of wellbeing, the report claims that overall wellbeing has not improved since 2021, during the height of the pandemic.
One in three respondents felt their wellbeing is lower now than it has ever been before.
The ‘wellbeing dilemma’
Although more than 67% of respondents ranked their wellbeing as a top priority, only 12% felt theirs was where it should be.
Almost half (44%) felt a state of wellbeing was impossible to achieve.
Coined a ‘wellbeing dilemma’, the report questions why the prioritisation of wellbeing isn’t resulting in an improvement in wellbeing.