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A startling three out of four Gen Z hourly workers are stressed managing their finances, and that stress is negatively impacting their health. New data from a recent Harris poll (with help from Funding Our Future and DailyPay) illustrates the challenges faced by the youngest sector of the workforce. Many hourly workers in the Gen Z demographic (those aged 18-26 years old) are struggling to manage their finances, pay bills on time, and keep up with their mental health. Inflation (currently around 3%), has been noted as a major detriment to Gen Z hourly worker’s finances over the past year:

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