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Financial Wellbeing in the Workplace: 2024 Edition

How are employees feeling, financially? Unlock an insider look at full-time workers and their money.

Financial goals, fears, plans, and the most impactful features of financial wellbeing programs are represented for 2024 in this third edition of the report.

2024 Financial Wellbeing Report from LearnLux

The employee financial wellbeing report includes:

  • Thousands of aggregated and anonymized data points from 2022 to 2023 via the LearnLux financial wellbeing platform
  • Employee demographics that span all incomes, life stages, and levels of financial confidence
  • Analysis that covers seven key categories including Engagement, Financial Stress, Employee Goals, Financial Checkup, Certified Financial Planner™ Insights, Measurable Financial Health Outcomes, and LearnLux Member Stories
  • Actionable insights for employers and consultants alike to turn data into strategy

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About the LearnLux Report: Financial Wellbeing in the Workplace 2024 Edition

The LearnLux Report: Financial wellbeing in the workplace is a culmination of a year’s worth of employee engagement and insights.

Take a look inside the report:

 Financial Wellbeing Report 2024 Workplace Data

Here’s how our team determined which topics of conversation to feature:

The LearnLux Employee Financial Wellbeing Report is the result of a year's worth of data and insights from a sample of 18,000 US and global program participants from diverse income levels, job roles, locations, and industries. To determine the financial trends featured in this report, we analyzed thousands of aggregated, anonymized data points collected from October 2022 to September 2023 through the LearnLux financial wellbeing platform.

In 2023, LearnLux expanded our reach to support employers on a broad global scale. Our financial wellbeing community now encompasses a wide range of national and multinational workforces, catering to individuals of all income levels, life stages, and varying degrees of financial confidence.

This year’s analysis covers seven key categories:

  • Engagement
  • Financial Stress
  • Employee Goals
  • Financial Checkup
  • Certified Financial Planner™ Insights
  • Measurable Financial Health Outcomes
  • LearnLux Member Stories

Who this report is for:

Benefits professionals & consultants looking for employee financial wellbeing stats and data to inform their own programs and strategies.

What you will learn:

  • Insights from the report show 88% of employees feel financially stressed across all income levels, ages, demographics, and industries.
  • When given the opportunity, employees from age 19 to 60+ engage with financial wellbeing programs including both digital guidance and calls with financial planners.
  • Employees that participated in their LearnLux financial wellbeing program offered at no cost by their employer rated their overall experience a 9.7 out of 10.

By requesting access to this resource, you may be contacted by LearnLux with relevant information and newsletters about financial wellbeing. You may opt out of communications at any time. For more information on LearnLux, head to learnlux.com.