Education, Jobs, Housing & Health

Financial health affects and is affected by every aspect of a person’s life—what schools they attend, where they live and work, and how healthy they are—making it critical to integrate opportunities for financial well-being across our communities. Education, and especially higher education, is generally recognized as the surest path to a job with a livable wage and healthy, affordable housing is a key determinant of financial security. And while good health is important to success in school or at work, three in four adults worry about money at least sometimes, and income and wealth inequality are at all-time highs, creating an array of triggers for stress and poor health.