Are smartphones mostly being used by higher income Americans? Is there a digital divide by ethnic/Hispanic group within upper and lower income groups? This MetaFAQs looks at the market penetration of smartphones, PCs, tablets, and feature/basic cell phones among White/non-Hispanic, Black/non-Hispanic, Asian/non-Hispanic, Hispanic, and other groups.Continue reading “Key device usage by ethnic/Hispanic income group and household income [MetaFAQs]”
Key device usage by ethnic/Hispanic group and educational status [MetaFAQs]
Does having a college education or not coupled with ethnic/Hispanic group make a difference in the market penetration of key connected devices? Do White/non-Hispanic college graduates have higher levels of device use then Black/non-Hispanic or other groups? Does this vary by device type? This MetaFAQs reports on the active penetration of smartphones, PCs, tablets, and feature/basic cell phones among White/non-Hispanic, Black/non-Hispanic, Asian/non-Hispanic, Hispanic, and other non-Hispanic American adults.Continue reading “Key device usage by ethnic/Hispanic group and educational status [MetaFAQs]”
Key device usage by ethnic/Hispanic group [MetaFAQs]
Is there a divide in which ethnic/Hispanic group of Americans use connected devices? Do some groups use smartphones or PCs at a higher or lower rate than others? Do tablets or feature/basic cell phones have a higher or lower penetration rate? This MetaFAQs reports on the usage of connected devices by type among online Americans in five self-reported groups: White/non-Hispanic, Black/non-Hispanic, Asian/non-Hispanic, Hispanic, and Other/non-Hispanic.Continue reading “Key device usage by ethnic/Hispanic group [MetaFAQs]”
Working women worldwide have broad technology usage [MetaFAQs]
Dan Ness, Principal Analyst, MetaFacts, March 8, 2019
Women in nearly every employment role are using a broad mixture of technology devices, from PCs to Smartphones, Printers, and Tablets. The strongest users of connected devices are among women employed in marketing, information technology, and finance or accounting roles.
This is based on the results of the multinational TUP/Technology User Profile 2018 survey, with 3,824 online female adults employed outside the home in the US, UK, Germany, China, and India.
The analysis in this TUPdate is based on results drawn from multiple waves of TUP (Technology User Profile), including the 2018 edition which is TUP’s 36th continuous wave.
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