Millennials Aren't Making Enough and it's Hurting Their Relationships, Health

Millennials Aren't Making Enough and it's Hurting Their Relationships, Health

Millennials aren’t making enough money and it’s affecting their relationships and health, finds an E*TRADE study.

More than two thirds of the Millennials E*TRADE surveyed said they could be doing better financially with more than half of Millennials reporting they worry their finances puts a strain on their relationships with friends and family. 50 percent of Millennials said they worry their financial situation negatively affects their well-being.

E*TRADE officials say Millennials came into the workforce during a weak job market and many of them have to deal with high levels of student debt. Their advice if you’re a Millennial? Define your financial goals, try an investing tool, contribute consistently, and think long-term - maintain a portfolio with your future in mind.

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