Three areas concern women more, one area concerns more men and they are equally concerned in two areas
A survey by Group Risk Development (GRiD) has found that female employees are more concerned than their male colleagues about stress related to work (21% vs 18%), debt (18% vs 14%) and long-term illness (14% vs 8%). However, male employees were marginally more concerned about stress related to home life (14% vs 12%) Men and women were equally concerned (12%) about their general lack of fitness caused by a non-active lifestyle, while neither were particularly worried about ill-health related...
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The pandemic had forced many people to reconsider their financial resilience