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Do Financial Knowledge, Behavior, and Well-Being Differ by Gender?

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Do Financial Knowledge, Behavior, and Well-Being Differ by Gender?
Summary:

Men and women differ in a myriad of ways demographically and economically, from educational attainment to employment and earnings to wealth and life expectancy. Men age 65 and older are more likely to have a bachelor’s degree than women of the same age, although the difference reverses for younger generations: women under age 45 are more likely than men to have a college degree.

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