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Evolving in the Age of Ambiguity

Following on from its previous reports, Aviva’s latest research focuses on the future. It looks explicitly at how employees imagine their future wellbeing in the Age of Ambiguity, how their current experiences affect those aspirations, plus how personality type influences their perceptions and their reality.

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Key findings

  • More than two in three employees now want flexible working to play a bigger part in their future career choices, while 64% think complete flexibility of working hours would make them more productive.
  • 57% of people feel financially on track to live the kind of life they want in the future.
  • Three out of four personality types consider financial wellbeing to be the toughest element to manage.
  • Only one in three people believe they practise good saving behaviours.

Evolving in the Age of Ambiguity, details practical, personalised strategies to help employees stay on track for a healthier financial future and equip themselves to thrive through this Age of Ambiguity.

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