5 things you should know about Black health and wellness in 2022

Black History Month is a longstanding celebration intended to honor the contributions and legacies of Black leaders and activists across history.

QuickBooks data reveals that Black communities are more focused on personal well-being than ever before.

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Only 4% of psychologists in the U.S. identify as Black

It can be difficult for Black patients to find help from someone who understands Black challenges or offers a space that feels safe and nurturing.

Money is the top cause of stress for most Americans

Money can’t buy happiness, but it can certainly impact your well-being.

Only 1.2% of U.S. venture capital went to Black businesses last year

When it comes to running a business, entrepreneurs of color—particularly women—notoriously have a harder time.

Black survey respondents strive for stronger connections

37% of Black survey respondents say closer connections with friends and family would make 2022 a more successful year.

Nearly half of Black respondents plan to accelerate their career in 2022

42% of Black survey respondents plan to focus on their career and personal development this year.

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