The State of Financial Wellness in America

The State of Financial Wellness in America

Abstract

Prudential’s new research1 sheds light on employees’ self-assessment of their financial wellness.

An alarming 57% of employees are very or somewhat stressed about their financial situation. Among those stressed, the top sources of stress cited include both immediate and long-term concerns about their finances: saving for the future (67%), paying monthly bills (57%), and credit card debt (42%).

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Tags

Data analisys Employers Financial wellness Socioeconomic research

Additional Information

Date published

01/03/2016

Document Type

Research

Geographies

Estados Unidos

Target

Regulators, policymakers, Public Authorities

Pages

3

Source

Prudential
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