Anyone whose income has been negatively affected by the pandemic is justified being concerned about their assets and retirement saving.
However, the article quoted below goes beyond that.
The pandemic has aggravated financial insecurity for millions of American workers, but data shows it’s affected women more severely than men.
A study by Nationwide found that among 297 women with investable assets of $100,000 or more, 72% believe the pandemic had a negative impact on their retirement savings. Additionally, women listed losses from the pandemic as their top financial concern last year. Other worries involved protecting assets, health care costs and longevity risk during retirement. https://www.plansponsor.com/womens-retirement-savings-especially-affected-pandemic/