Millennials are a stressed out generation. A study by the American Psychological Association reported that the group of Americans in their early 20s to late 30s came in at a 5.4 stress level on a scale of 1-10, higher than the American average of 4.9.
Yeah, right. You’ve heard it all before. Your mother told you. Your teachers told you. Your boss told you. You probably even attended a seminar or two, and the trainer told you: “You’ve got to set some goals if you expect to get anywhere.”
Americans worry a lot about retirement. Will their savings hold out? Will Social Security still be around? Will healthcare costs gouge a great hole in their finances? What many of them may not be aware of, though, is that if handled correctly their life insurance policies could play a role in making retirement a little more secure.
Spouses often harbor different opinions on a variety of subjects. From the style of clothes and haircuts they like on each other to the TV shows they watch every evening, marriage requires plenty of compromise.
According to a recent article in Money, fewer than half of American workers utilize their allotted vacation days. That, despite the proven benefits of taking time off, such as reduced stress, assisting in productivity upon returning to the job and more. Vacationing is also a great way to reduce burnout, according to an article in NGen.