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Even before the coronavirus descended on the world, workers were battling plenty of stressors. Many were trying to find a balance between work and home life when the office seemed to be “always on.” Additionally, they were struggling to achieve (or keep) a degree of financial wellness.
But then COVID-19 arrived, and suddenly—according to MetLife’s 18th annual U.S. Employee Benefits Trends Study—financial health has become the top focus of 52 percent of workers, rising above the other issues they were already struggling with.
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