Your Health: 2-8-13 Stress and young adults

A new medical report{}says young Americans between 18 and 33 years old are more stressed than the rest of the population.

So, what's stressing out the so called millennials?{} The American Psychological Association{}say, mostly, jobs and money.

The association found that on a scale of 1 to 10, the millennial generation stands at 5.4

stress-wise, significantly higher than the national average of 4.9.{}{} Its survey involved more than 2,000 Americans.

Psychologists say, this group of individuals is growing up in an era of unprecedented economic upheaval.{} At the same time, they are finishing school and trying to establish themselves in society.