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The surveys say: Workers worry about retirement, women ask for directions and let’s teach finances in high school

It’s been a big week for surveys on subjects ranging from asking for directions to chances for sustainable retirement from the public sector.

Here’s a sample of what the surveys said:

Pemco Insurance asked people about asking for directions.









Workplace Impact, a company that provides at-work consumer marketing, asked women about being connected during vacations.





The Center for State and Local Government Excellence and TIAA-CREF report about sentiments related to public sector retirement.







Finally, MoneyRates.com conducted a survey that asked 2,000 American adults about financial literacy.







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