The employment stress of young people who are experiencing the worst job difficulties due to the long-standing employment cold and even Corona 19 is increasing.

This is partly confirmed by statistics that increased the number of young patients receiving'vase' treatment.

According to the Health Insurance Review and Assessment Service's health care big data open system, the number of patients in their 20s who visited oriental medicine hospitals with vases from 2015 to 2019 was 856 in 2015, 1,206 in 2016, 1,483 in 2017, and 1,000 in 2018. 537 people, and 1,477 people in 2019, about doubling in 5 years.

The number of patients in their 30s also increased 1.5 times in five years to 1,293 in 2015, 1653 in 2016, 1844 in 2017, 1,814 in 2018, and 1,895 in 2019.

Last year's statistics have not yet been compiled, but considering the fact that, in addition to the Corona 19 incident, various employment indicators are at the worst level since the financial crisis, it is estimated that the trend has continued to increase.

It is analyzed that it will increase further if the number of patients treated for depression etc. visited a general hospital other than an oriental medicine hospital was included.

Symptoms of vases can also be manifested as abusive language, violence, or severe irritation.

On the afternoon of the 7th, a stone 20cm wide and 20cm long on the statue of the Virgin Mary placed in the yard of a cathedral in Gijang-gun, Busan, flew and damaged the arm and waist.

The culprit, who was caught in five days, was a job preparation student in his twenties, and this young man was found to have committed a crime while looking for a target because of stress because he could not get a job after graduating from college.

In addition, at the end of November last year, a 27-year-old young man, who was also a job-ready student, ran away with a sharp object in the middle of the night by scratching five cars built in an alley in Seodaemun-gu, Seoul. Stated in

Experts said that it is urgent to prepare an alleviation device, saying that it appears that the youth's employment stress has accumulated over a long period of time and that the device that can buffer the COVID-19 situation has decreased and appears to be a violent pattern.

Kwak Geum-ju, a professor at Seoul National University's Department of Psychology, said, "The depression, deprivation, and resentment of young people continue to accumulate, but the overall anger seems to be a serious situation because it is difficult to meet friends and relieve stress through'social distance'."