Women are more likely than men to live paycheck-to-paycheck

Nearly six in 10 women are living paycheck-to-paycheck compared to 41% of men, new research from Varo Bank shows.

The study — conducted by the online bank, Morning Consult and Thrive Financial Empowerment Services — surveyed 1,004 Americans who regularly spend most or all of their income.

Findings from the September survey show that 59% of employed adults living paycheck-to-paycheck are women, with 67% of those considered financially vulnerable due to being unable to cover an unexpected $2,000…

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