headshots of various sad-looking people Only 37% of respondents over age 45 said they are confident or very confident in their financial health, compared with more than half of those aged 22 to 45. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The pandemic has had a greater impact on the employment of women than men, and it also is affecting their overall financial well-being. As a result, men are nearly twice as likely to be confident or very confident about their financial health.

Origin, a financial wellness platform, recently surveyed 1,000 full-time U.S. employees about financial behaviors and stressors. The survey also found that women are:

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