Women's financial wellbeing further threatened by Omicron variant

“Devastating impact on gender equality”

John Brazier
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Women's financial wellbeing further threatened by Omicron variant

New research from Quilter shows that women would suffer more financially should further lockdowns be introduced due to the Omicron strain.

A study commissioned by wealth manager Quilter found that more than one in five (22%) women said they were in a worse position financially than they were last year, while 18% of men expressed a similar sentiment. At the same time, men were much more likely to consider themselves to be financially resilient to another lockdown should one be put in place. Just under one quarter of men (22%) said they were in a better financial position than they were last year, and that their current finance...

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