Student Panel Survey: Jobs and Employment Executive Summary
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Most higher education students enter college with their eye on a future career; what they may not realize is that, in addition to coursework, the jobs they hold during their college years may actually reward them with valuable career preparation, as well.

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Happy-Go-Lucky College Students? Not so Much; Students Struggle with Stress
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Many people remember their college years as the most carefree time of their life, but apparently that’s not the way students see it. Not today’s students, anyway. In a recent Student Panel survey conducted by OnCampus Research, college students report that their current stress...

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Digital Course Materials Gaining Steam, Slowly
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The market for digital course materials is chugging along; each year slightly more students indicate an appreciation for the portability, accessibility, and searchability afforded by e-books and online course materials.

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Students hold down debt but are concerned about finances

A March 2017 Student Panel monthly survey by NACS OnCampus Research shows last year’s trend on student finances is still in force: A significant number of college students do manage to stave off debt by tapping into a variety of sources to pay for their education and living expenses, including grants/scholarships and working.

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Price, Service, and Discounts Guide Student Shopping Behaviors
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Mass market retailers, like Walmart and Target, remain the most popular shopping destinations among college students, with 87% indicating they shop at discount stores at least once a month, and 24% shopping there on a weekly basis. This is followed closely by grocery stores with 83% visiting them at least once a month.

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Social Media is Still Growing Strong, Snapchat Most of All

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If you want to reach students, social media can’t be overlooked as a communication vehicle. Use is huge and continues to grow—90% of students have a Facebook account, with 80% visiting the site once or more each day.

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