PwC's Employee Financial Wellness Survey tracks the financial and retirement wellbeing of working US adults nationwide.
PwC Employee Financial Wellness Survey 2014 results
The generational gap in employee financial health is growing. While last year’s survey showed that Gen X carried the heaviest financial burden, the 2014 results find that Gen X employees, along with Baby Boomers, appear to be recovering faster than Millenials (Gen Y). Employees benefitting most from the market gains are those who have savings and equity in their homes rather than those who are more reliant on their current incomes.
About the survey
PwC’s Employee Financial Wellness Survey tracks the financial and retirement wellbeing of working US adults nationwide. This year it incorporates the views of over 2,100 full-time employed adults.
About the PwC Employee Financial Education practice
Whether your employees are stressed over organizational shifts, market conditions, personal life events, or benefits changes, PwC’s Employee Financial Education practice works with clients to design and deliver customized financial wellness programs tailored to employee needs and specific employer objectives. Our goal is to empower employees to make educated decisions to improve their financial wellbeing.