One of the most ambitious projects that OSMI undertakes is our large-scale survey on prevalence and attitudes towards mental health among tech workers. We are excited to announce the launch of the 2019 Mental Health in Tech survey! The survey aims to measure attitudes towards mental health in the tech workplace and examine the frequency of mental health disorders among tech workers. The audience for the survey is everyone at a technical organization, whether they have a mental health disorder or not - this helps us get a better idea of the scale and scope of the effects. At OSMI, we will be using this data to help drive our work in raising awareness and improving conditions for those with mental health disorders in the IT workplace. We hope others will be able to use this data to further improve mental health education, awareness, and accommodations. The results from previous years are available on Kaggle, a service for searching and analyzing public datasets. You can view the data or download a CSV of the results for your own analysis from https://www.kaggle.com/osmihelp/datasets.
The 2019 Mental Health in Tech Survey is now open. The survey is completely anonymous. Please take a moment to help OSMI and our work by filling out the survey. When you are done, please share the survey with others. The more responses we get, the better the data we have to help with our work. https://osmi.us/survey2019