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Financial abuse in relationships: consequences reported by men in the UK in 2015

Consequences of financial abuse in relationships as reported by British men in the United Kingdom (UK) as of December 2015

by Statista Research Department, last edited Dec 14, 2015
Financial abuse in relationships: consequences reported by men in the UK in 2015 This statistic reveals the consequences of financial abuse in relationships as reported by British men in the United Kingdom (UK) as of December 2015. More men than women (67 percent male respondents) reported being homeless as a result of the financial abuse. They were also more likely to struggle to get back in the workplace (57 percent).
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Consequences of financial abuse in relationships as reported by British men in the United Kingdom (UK) as of December 2015

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by Statista Research Department, last edited Dec 14, 2015
This statistic reveals the consequences of financial abuse in relationships as reported by British men in the United Kingdom (UK) as of December 2015. More men than women (67 percent male respondents) reported being homeless as a result of the financial abuse. They were also more likely to struggle to get back in the workplace (57 percent).
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