Source: Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Employees spend a median of two hours per week dealing with personal financial matters while at work. Millennials (age 18–34) spend an average of four hours per week, those in Generation X (age 35–50) average two hours per week, and Baby Boomers (age 51–69) average one hour per week. Millennials’ major concerns are retirement, savings habits, and paying down debt.

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