Our generation often gets branded as lazy and entitled, but this couldn't be further from the truth.
Most of us are constantly working, thanks to the Internet.
Being able to be online or connected to your email means that we rarely just work our 9-5 job.
Often our work spills over into our weekends and evenings.
Now research from VHI has shown that nearly 80 percent of employees believe that mental health issues are of increasing concern.
Additionally, 67 percent of those surveyed said they need to take more care of their mental health.
Even though workers are drawing these conclusions, they're still hesitant to reach out for help.
A staggering 61 percent have never sought help and half of the people surveyed actually believe that they must hide the stress they feel at work if they are to maintain their career prospects.
Furthermore, 41 percent said they would even hide their mental health from a friend.
Researches said the report represents worrying levels of unhappiness, dissatisfaction and stress amongst a significant proportion of the working population.
In particular, those under 34 and people working in the tech industries characterise their levels of stress as problematic rather than as part of the normal cut and thrust of life.
Attempting to tackle this problem by giving young professionals the tools to maintain their mental and physical health is Jamie White alongside The Happy Pear.
On January 5 in Dublin Castle, the duo along with Alison Canavan, an award-winning author and wellness coach, and Fiona Brennan will be offering their expert advice.
The Fresh Resolutions Conference will be covering topics such as nutrition and training, wellness and mental health, goal setting and personal motivation, budgeting and financial planning.
If this sounds like something that would float your boat, you can get tickets here.
If you're struggling with your mental health, help is only a click away.
You can find helplines and support services here.