Majority Of Millennials Are Happy Despite Financial Anxiety, Wells Fargo Study Finds
Wells Fargo press release -------- Sixty-two percent of American millennials describe themselves as very “happy” and 65 percent say their life is “meaningful,” according to a new study published today by Wells Fargo & Company. Although millennials are happy, 69 percent say they want to get over their “anxiety” about money, and only a third say they are “satisfied” with their financial life. In the face of financial pressures, the study’s Positive Financial Indicator (PFI) shows that millennials are happier when they take specific action with their money and are engaged in financial planning. To learn more click on the picture below to read the release.