(Left to right) Social worker Stone Tsang, professors Kelvin Wang and Lam Tai-hing, and social worker Jeremy Li discuss the findings of a new survey on Wednesday. Photo: Jonathan Wong
(Left to right) Social worker Stone Tsang, professors Kelvin Wang and Lam Tai-hing, and social worker Jeremy Li discuss the findings of a new survey on Wednesday. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong survey finds households with higher incomes better at coping with adversity amid pandemic

  • About two-thirds of those in households earning HK$40,000 a month or more scored themselves highly when it came to dealing with hardship
  • That figure fell to just 46 per cent for households earning less than HK$10,000

Topic |   Mental health
(Left to right) Social worker Stone Tsang, professors Kelvin Wang and Lam Tai-hing, and social worker Jeremy Li discuss the findings of a new survey on Wednesday. Photo: Jonathan Wong
(Left to right) Social worker Stone Tsang, professors Kelvin Wang and Lam Tai-hing, and social worker Jeremy Li discuss the findings of a new survey on Wednesday. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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