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Generation Z'ers want more financial education - and innovative tools to help them learn



As high school students return to school, they may see the benefits of new state laws across the country that require curriculums to offer a class about personal finance. This is great news for young adults as 76% of recent high school graduates agree it should be required, according to a national survey by Experian. The survey, among 18 and 19-year-olds, revealed that 46% say they have a lot of unanswered questions about money, and feel "uncertain" and "nervous" about when it comes to managing their finances.

Source: PR Newswire



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