Survey says: The latest surveys in education, technology, health care and more

Survey says: The latest surveys in education, technology, health care and more

06 Jan 2017

If you’re like us, you’re a sucker for a survey. Here’s a roundup of several recent data deep dives about everything from women on social media to tech envy at work to the top airports in America.



US students continue to lag in math, as Singapore leads global survey (Source)

According to: The Program for International Assessment (PISA) report, a survey of 540,000 15-year-old students in 72 countries and economic zones administered every three years by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)


Personal technology

Parents binge on media, say they’re good role models (Source)

According to: Common Sense Media’s survey of nearly 1,800 parents in the U.S.


Business Technology

Workers in all business sectors experience 'tech envy' (Source)

According to: Nintex, which surveyed 600 American public and private sector workers in October about software usage at work



Fee compression, compliance are top concerns for advisors (Source)

According to: A survey of 275 financial advisors, conducted at SEI Strategic Advisor Council Conferences this fall


Consumer spending

53% of women made purchases due to influencer posts (Source)

According to: A survey of 20,000 women about influencer recommendations on social media by Bloglovin media platform



Top airports in North America are ... (Source)

[We’ll tell you; they’re in Portland, Tampa and Las Vegas.]

According to: J.D. Power’s annual North America Airport Satisfaction Study



Young workers would take steady jobs over higher pay (Source)

According to: A survey of thousands young workers released recently by the Federal Reserve 



Growth of video content marketing eases (Source)

According to: A Demand Metric and Vidyard survey of 289 marketers about their video marketing objectives



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