Millennial problems Manymillennials are wondering how they can feel so bad (financially)when they “did all the right things” (educationally). (Photo:Shutterstock)

Stress. Shame. Confusion. Embarrassment.

That’s what comes to mind for millennial employees when they think abouttheir personal finances. It’s draining employees’ability to stay focused on the work at hand and maximize theircreativity and productivity. According to a 2017 PWC Employee Financial Wellness Survey, 65percent of millennials reported being stressed about theirfinances. Additionally, approximately one-third of employees reportbeing distracted by personal finance issues while atwork, with almost half of them spending three hours or more eachweek handling these matters during the work day.

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