The youngest generation of workers is struggling with more debt and cash management issues, while their older counterparts' financial well-being has improved in the past 12 months, a PricewaterhouseCoopers US study finds. The 2014 Employee Financial Wellness Survey found more millennials, those aged 21 to 32, have credit card balances and more difficulty meeting their monthly household expenses than they did last year, while Generation X and baby boomers are improving in those areas.

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