Financial Security and Mobility Events

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Pew’s financial security and mobility project hosts events to keep the media, policymakers, and practitioners up to date on the latest research and data related to family finances. See below for information and resources on upcoming and past events.

For more information on particular events, please contact [email protected]

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Higher Education and Veterans’ Economic Opportunity and Mobility

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In a series of three issue briefs to be released over the coming weeks, Pew shows the extent to which households are financially vulnerable when faced with a financial shock. The briefs provide insight into the financial risks that Americans face and the impact of shocks on family balance sheets; households’ level of preparation to address emergency needs; and the implications of families’ savings behavior for policymakers as they work to create solutions that support Americans’ financial security.

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