Generation Y, those between 22 and 33, have taken the financial crisis to heart and have become more conservative about their finances, Fidelity found in a TNS Global survey of 1,017 people in that age bracket who hold a job and earn at least $15,000 a year.

Despite the fact that 75% of Gen Y’ers feel secure about their job, 70% are very concerned about their finances and have set a goal of daily money management and budgeting as their biggest focus. Sixty-four percent check their checking account balances online before making a purchase of $300 or more.

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