Financial Issues Worrying Workers

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Despite a surging stock market and low unemployment, several years of apparent financial good times for American workers may be heading in the opposite direction, according to a new survey from Willis Towers Watson.

The consulting firm’s biennial 2017 Global Benefits Attitudes Survey found that only 35 percent of nearly 5,000 U.S. employees polled felt satisfied with their financial situation this year. Two years ago, that number clocked in at 48 percent. Also, employees feeling satisfied with their financial situation had been improving steadily since the recession year of 2009, when it bottomed out at just 25 percent reporting being

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