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Student Buying Behaviors

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Student Buying Behaviors
On average, most students spend between $100 - $200 in a given month on discretionary items, such as clothing and accessories, food and beverages, technology, and health products.
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Categories: Shopping | Tags: student , spending , college , experience | Comments: (0) | View Count: (2090)
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Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle

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Maintaining a Healthy Lifestyle
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is of great importance to college students.
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Categories: | Tags: students , college , exercise , healthy | Comments: (0) | View Count: (1897)
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Students More Comfortable Shopping Online

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Students More Comfortable Shopping Online
The December monthly outlook, a survey of students' retail habits, reveals some interesting online tendencies. For one, they are very comfortable making an online purchase.
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Categories: Shopping | Tags: shopping , online , Amazon , shipping | Comments: (0) | View Count: (2183)
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The Good, Bad, and Ugly of Students' Study Habits

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The Good, Bad, and Ugly of Students' Study Habits
The November OnCampus Research Monthly Outlook report takes a look at students' study habits, both good and bad.
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Categories: Shopping, Higher Education | Tags: college students , shopping , study habits , academics , stress | Comments: (0) | View Count: (2235)
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Springtime Disconnect on Spending

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Springtime Disconnect on Spending
Average student spending over the course of the academic year shows the expected peaks during back-to-school season ($544.23 in August) and the run-up to the holidays ($474.05 in December), but what’s less obvious are student shoppers’ impressions of their own spending patterns.
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Categories: Shopping | Tags: Holiday , Back-to-School , college , students | Comments: (0) | View Count: (2606)
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Rewards Don't Always Goose Sales

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Rewards Don't Always Goose Sales
In theory, store loyalty programs are supposed to motivate more customers to shop there more often for more stuff. Those programs may not be having that booster effect on student shopping behavior, though.
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Categories: Shopping | Tags: loyalty programs , shopping , student , college student | Comments: (0) | View Count: (2632)
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