Young adults between the ages of 23 and 28 are more worried about being “financially fit” than “physically fit,” Charles Schwab found in a survey of 1,252 people conducted in January.

Fifty-two percent said that “making better choices about managing money” is the single most important issue for Americans today, outpacing the 18% that cited strengthening family relationships and 11% who said protecting the environment is the most critical issue. Only 9% cited improving personal nutrition and health.

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