Source: Women’s Bureau, US Dept. of Labor
The Women’s Bureau invites you to a webcast hosted by Employee Benefits Security Administration:
What Women Need to Know about Financial Security and the Workplace
2:00 p.m. EST
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
Throughout their careers, women may face challenges to their financial security, both short-term and long-term. Many factors can affect their financial goals and the challenges vary from woman to woman. The very nature of their jobs (such as part-time), to taking time out of the workforce to care for family, and living longer in retirement can all impact the financial security for women.
For women serving in the military, transitioning to civilian employment may also become a significant factor. Caregivers and military spouses also face additional considerations impacting their financial security.
Join the Department of Labor for a webcast highlighting these challenges and steps women can take to improve their financial security.
The webcast will feature the Department of Labor’s Employee Benefits Security Administration, the Veterans’ Employment and Training Service and the Women’s Bureau, and will provide information on employment and its impact on women’s financial security. Participants will gain an overview of women’s economic and employment challenges, family employment dynamics over time, and the implications for individual and family economic security, as well as tools and information for women of all ages with questions about employment and steps they can take to improve their financial security now and in the future. We will also highlight resources for veterans in finding employment and transition assistance and will also provide information on financial planning basics including budgeting, managing debt and saving for retirement.
Expand your financial knowledge so you can take steps to achieve short-term financial goals and long-term financial health. Start by signing up for this free webcast.
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