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Women see glass half full on financial security | Time Money
12 December 2014—Tay McNamara, Center's co-director of research was quoted in Time Money by Martha C. white, NBC News contributor.
Women are feeling less financially secure than men these days, despite an improving economy, a new Bankrate.com survey finds.
... Research from the Sloan Center on Aging & Work at Boston College finds that women place a higher priority than men on their job security, but that they’re also less satisfied with their level of job security. Tay McNamara, co-director of research in secondary data studies, suggested via email that this combination could contribute towards women having a dimmer view of their overall financial security.