Research and Perspectives
Generational Gap Grows: Work & Money Outlook Divided
Latest Prudential Pulse survey finds millennials, Gen Z and women need more than flexibility to reach their financial goals.
Prudential Pulse: Americans prepare for economy’s next act
Faced with rising inflation and looming recession, Americans — particularly millennials and women — are in a precarious financial position, new Prudential survey finds.
Entering Year Three of the pandemic, American workers face new challenges and changes
As workers consider their future, job stability, financial stability and work/life balance are key priorities.
Building the future of work requires skills training, flexibility
Employers who rise to the occasion can gain competitive edge.
Shifting worker expectations guide the coming talent migration
The race to retain, recruit and retrain workers set to accelerate post-pandemic.
Paid family and medical leave is a piece of the racial wealth gap puzzle
According to research cited in a new report from Prudential, workers who need it most often do not have access to benefits such as health insurance, work-from-home options and paid leave like their higher-earning counterparts.
Nearly half of Americans struggling with financial hardship amid pandemic economic fallout
A year into the COVID-19 pandemic, a Prudential survey finds that Americans are increasingly focused on near-term survival over planning for their future.
Benefits are key to financial resilience; American workers looking to employers to deliver
Public policy and employer action needed to expand access to and enhance benefit offerings, a new Prudential survey finds.
Prudential survey: 2021 holds promise for financial advice and retirement income offerings
Solid financial advice and ensuring long-term income security are top of mind as retirement plan providers look ahead to next year.
The pandemic accelerated the future of work, but workers need employer support to keep up, says new Prudential survey
New data from Prudential’s latest Pulse of the American Worker Survey reveals emerging undercurrents that employers should pay close attention to as many employees work productively in their remote settings.