New Research Shows Majority of Teens Feel Unprepared to Finance Their Futures
Lack of access to technology emerging as top concern; high schoolers remain concerned about rising higher education costs
After two uncertain and often stressful years, high school students are worried about their financial futures, prompting more than half (54%) of teens to say they feel unprepared to finance their futures according to new research from Junior Achievement and Citizens. The findings of the fifth annual JA Teens & Personal Finance Survey indicate wide-ranging concern among teens regarding financial anxiety and the future, highlighting the need for additional resources to assist them in making financial decisions that impact them over the long term.
More than two-thirds of teens (69%) say that rising education costs…