Financial stress is taking a toll on American workers, not juston the job but on their efforts to save for retirement.

That’s according to a survey from Charles Schwab’s Retirement Plan Services, which findsthat financial stress has affected the jobperformance of many employees, and coping with everyday finances isputting a strain on retirement savings, too.

Survey respondents, half of whom actively save for retirement ina 401(k) and the other half of whom do not, are united in sayingthat financial stress has had an impact on their jobperformance—undoubtedly not good news for employers.

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