A new survey shows that young professionals are struggling at earning and saving enough money.
Debt is a troubling burden for some 20-somethings, yet many still manage to save money for future needs, according to a recent survey commissioned by The PNC Financial Services Group, a financial services corporation in Pittsburgh. The online survey, conducted by Artemis Strategy Group, polled 2,000 people ages 20 to 29 who’d completed at least
The Great Recession has been a harsh reality for today’s 20-somethings, who’ve begun their adult lives during economic hard times. The pain starts when these young people cross into their second decade of life and worsens as they age, based on findings of a recent online survey of 2,000 young adults by Pittsburgh-based PNC Financial