While stress for Americans is getting better, those ages 18 to 33 report the highest stress levels, often citing worries about work and money, a survey by Harris Interactive finds. “Millennials are growing up at a tough time. ... The economy collapsed just as many of them were getting out of college and coming of age -- that does lead to a greater sense of stress,” says Mike Hais, co-author of "Millennial Momentum."

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