...the survey seeks to get the details--some inside insight--on students' mobile habits: what they like, what they don't like and what they're actually using these devices for.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) September 05, 2012
It's no secret that college students are glued to their cell phones. If one were to visit any college campus at any given time, they'd be bound to see half the population walking around, nearly crashing into each other, gazing down at screens with fingers moving furiously.
But what is it really that college students are using their cell phones for? Games? Text messaging? Email? And how often?
Study Breaks, in conjunction with Campus 2 Careers, has just released its Student Mobile Survey to find out what, exactly, students are doing on their phones.From questions about how often QR codes are scanned to inquiries about purchasing habits via mobile and queries about any potential frustration that might arise when sites aren't optimized for mobile use, the survey seeks to get the details--some inside insight--on students' mobile habits: what they like, what they don't like and what they're actually using these devices for.
With hundreds of students surveyed and more to come, Study Breaks is anxious to provide insight into the mobile habits of college students everywhere.
Campus 2 Careers is an Austin-based job search site that matches students and recent grads with entry-level jobs and internships. They've been called the "lovechild of Monster and eHarmony," but their site is exclusively for college students and recent grads. They suggest checking them out at campus2careers.com, with the guarantee it will be the most fun one can have on a job board.
Study Breaks magazine is an award-winning line of monthly entertainment magazines for college students with a mission can best be explained through its slogan: We are college life. Published by Shweiki Media Printing Company, it is distributed in five Texas cities (Austin, Houston, San Antonio, San Marcos and Lubbock) and three southeast cities (Athens, GA; Auburn, AL; Columbia, SC). (studybreaks.com)