Jobs and unemployment aren’t only driving the election rhetoric. Those are the top financial concerns among teens (Gen Z, age 13-22)according to recent data released from TD Ameritrade Holding Corporation. (Link below.)
We’ve known that the Recession would make an impact on children who were old enough to be aware of serious family issues. Some positives are finally emerging from those difficult times.
As the data showed, today’s teens are aware of both the importance of money and saving for the future.
And where do those kids learn healthy financial habits? From parents, as always. Another reminder that parents of teens can’t stop parenting.