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which asked 2,000 millennials which benefits would help them achieve financial goals, health insurance (cited by 54% of respondents), paid time off (45%) and student loan forgiveness (41%) topped the.
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Health insurance, paid time off and student loan repayment aid-in that order-were the top three benefits. understand the value of the benefits being offered to them," Anton observed. Survey results.
Only 3 in 10 Americans are very confident they’re using benefits to their fullest potential. 401(k) match, health insurance and paid time off top list of desired workplace benefits. American.
Nearly two-thirds of young adult job seekers have student loan debt, with an average of $33,332. Millennials with loan debt value more help with repayment over all other employee benefits. AICPA.
Asked to name their highest priority benefits for a new job, more than half of millennials/older Gen Z members in a new survey ranked health insurance. to student loan forgiveness and just $35 to a.
Paid time off, a 401(k) match and help with paying off student loans are nice work perks, but the majority of new college grads say health insurance is the best employee benefit, a recent survey.
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Asked to name their highest priority benefits for a new job, more than half of millennials in a new survey ranked health insurance. off their student loans. They would assign $65 to student loan.
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This year, it is projected that nearly two million students will graduate with a bachelor’s degree. As they enter the job market and evaluate the employment opportunities before them, student loan.
Millennials Put Student Loan Forgiveness Near the Top of Desired Benefits. to choose the top three benefits that would most help them achieve their financial goals, their top two choices were.