Prudential Financial Wellness Census 2020: Explore the Data

June 09, 2021

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.

April 19, 2021

Put your stimulus check to good use

For those who can, best to use relief funds to prepare for the future.

April 07, 2021

One year later: Prudential’s pandemic relief continues

The company has a specific strategy: help those who need it most.

April 06, 2021

Increasingly, workers expect pandemic workplace adaptations to stick

Prudential’s Pulse of the American Worker Survey indicates talent migration could be on the horizon as workers look for increased flexibility and opportunities to grow in their careers.

March 24, 2021

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.

February 24, 2021

How we can foster financial inclusion for Black Americans

A conversation with one of Prudential’s partners in addressing the key issue of financial inclusion for Black Americans, DeForest Soaries, founder of the dfree® Financial Freedom Movement.

February 22, 2021

2020’s tough lessons add up to new approach to saving in 2021

Americans are reevaluating their approach to savings coming off a tumultuous year. A full quarter of American workers have reduced or exhausted their emergency savings because of the pandemic.

January 27, 2021

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.

Financial Wellness Census Digital Perspectives

The pandemic has challenged our public health and economic systems, magnified racial and social inequities, and revealed Americans’ low immunity to financial disruption. In the following series, Prudential explores how communities have come together to form essential mechanisms of support.

November 17, 2020

Value of financial wellness programs on display during pandemic, new study finds

In a Prudential survey of retirement plan decision makers, nearly three-quarters reported the financial wellness programs they offer were in greater demand.