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Teen consumers are an important part of the U.S. economy. Although teens curtailed spending due to the recession and its lingering effects, they held back less than other groups and were the quickest to return to the check-out counter when the market improved. Because most teens are dependent on their parents, they don’t have the burdens of credit card debt, student loan bills, and mortgage payments, which enables ...
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Teen Demographic Trends
Teen Marketing Challenges
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Teen Spending Drivers
Spending Impact of the Teen Consumer
Teens’ Primary Source of Spending Money
Money Spent and Received Per Week
Top Ways Teens Spend Money
Food and Snack Purchase Frequency
Teen Shopping Venues and Attitudes Toward Fashion
Teens’ Primary Purchase Payment Method
Teens and Online Shopping
Teens’ Summer Plans
Teens’ College Plans and Funding
Teen Financial Attitudes
Impact of Race and Hispanic Origin
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