This study analyzes the effect of self-directed financial learning using employer-provided financial newsletters, financial publications, financial planning software, and the Internet on financial management practices, financial satisfation, and career satisfaction. The sampel consists of lower-level, white-collar workers of a national insurance agency. The resutls demonstrate the effectiveness of self-directed financial learning and the role good financial management practices play in the relationship fo financial learning with financial satisfaction and workers’ satisfaction with their career progression. Keywords: workplace financial education, self-directed financial learning, financial management practices, financial satisfaction, career satisfaction

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