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Financial Well-Being

Explore Gallup's research.

by Frank Newport

Amid the cascade of negative news, there are some positive notes from the American people.

by Frank Newport

Americans' concerns about getting the coronavirus and concerns about suffering severe financial hardship are about equal.

Members want their institution to increase peace of mind, build hope and reduce unnecessary stress.

Seek to understand the customer's definition of financial wellbeing and meet them there.

Commit to the service delivery values banking customers care about and you'll improve their feelings about you -- and their spending, too.

Financial wellbeing is personal. Banks that consider how social context shapes customers' experiences can increase engagement and profitability.

Initiatives aimed at financial wellbeing likely won't succeed without banks knowing what wellbeing means to their customers.

Different generations have different wellbeing needs. Learn what those differing needs are.

by Jim Clifton

Income inequality is one of the most contentious political issues today. Gallup's principal economist has a compelling theory for why it exists.

Millennial job hopping doesn't have to be the new normal, but leaders need to make them want to stay.

Job quality is a powerful predictor of overall quality of life, but less than half of U.S. workers are in good jobs.

Employees and employers benefit when their organization invests in a financial wellbeing initiative.

Intentional interventions help New Majority students persevere while in school and later in life.

Gallup is the World Bank's partner behind the data in the Global Findex.