Employees’ financial ill health takes its toll at work

13 September 2017

In January, when 29-year-old Matthew Dreiling joined the US arm of professional services group PwC as an associate, he was delighted but a little anxious. His starting salary was high, but not enough to stop him fretting about his $90,000 of student loans. “I would revisit this topic pretty constantly in my mind, and analyse it, and try and figure out how I was going to pay it off,” he says. “I wouldn’t say it was a health concern, but it was definitely a worry.”

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