Kiwi millennials (25 to 43 years old) are more likely to be anxious about their financial future after the COVID-19 pandemic, according to research by Fidelity Life.
The insurer, which recently partnered with global digital health company Sharecare to launch a local version of its wellbeing app, surveyed 1,000 individuals from across New Zealand and found that millennials are more likely to be feeling vulnerable about their financial security (46% versus an average of 40%).
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