How Millennials Choose Voluntary Benefits
Millennials are the largest generation in the American workforce today—75.4 million strong.1 Yet, when it comes to achieving financial security, they’re finding it hard to surpass their parents.2 Financial wellness is a real concern for millennials, and even though 60 percent of millennials worry about not being prepared for unexpected health care costs, the cost of voluntary supplemental benefits is the number one reason they don’t purchase them.2
Voluntary insurance benefits can help cover out-of-pocket costs when unexpected injuries and illnesses occur. Find out how you can help millennials in your organization protect their finances.
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1Pew Research Center: “Millennials overtake Baby Boomers as America’s largest generation.” April 2016.
2Cigna:“2016Voluntary Benefits Consumer Survey.” September 2016.
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