America at Home: Consumers Place More Importance on Well-Being
Data from Builder.com's America at Home Study indicated that many of the behavior changes made during the pandemic appear to be lasting. And the importance people place on community features such as nature and open space, parks, trails, bike paths, and picnic areas all increased as the year, and the pandemic, wore on. The pandemic exposed health vulnerabilities in a way that challenged many consumers to reevaluate their personal well-being needs.
Here's a summary chart showing clarity by generation, for a series of wellness aspects most important to consumers today, and their level of personal satisfaction with each. According to the survey of 3,935 U.S. consumers between 25 and 74 years old with household incomes of $50,000 or more, financial well-being, emotional well-being, and mental health and engagement were the three most important aspects of wellness overall. These were followed by physical health and fitness and an environment free of hazards and toxins rounding out the top five.
Source: Teri Slavik-Tsuyuki, Builder.com
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