Pandemic-fueled financial anxiety is still alive and well among Gen Zers. A September survey by Capital One found that nearly 40% of Gen Zers feel stressed about money due to the pandemic. . Almost half said Covid had impacted the way they manage their finances.
However, Gen Zers still show a desire to learn more about finance. Nearly 80% say they would have liked to learn these subjects at school.
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That drive continues to present an opportunity for financial services providers, according to a Capital One spokesperson. Currently, 83% of Gen Zers say they have learned about finances from family members living with them. Financial service providers who can step in most effectively as additional or alternative sources of financial knowledge could quickly gain the trust of this rising generation of adults.
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