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Consumer Lifestyles Priorities and Work-Life Balance

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									Available Now - Consumer Lifestyles, Priorities and Work-Life Balance Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/f8c714/consumer_lifestyle) has announced the addition of the "Consumer Lifestyles, Priorities And Work-Life Balance" report to their offering. Across 15 countries surveyed by Datamonitor in August 2008, more than one-third of respondents agreed that "It is difficult to manage daily obligations and find time to relax." Yet, more than two-thirds of respondents also feel that "science and technology are making our lives healthier, easier, and more comfortable." An increase in leisure time is also contrary to the perception of time scarcity. Scope: -- Detailed insights and analysis documenting the attitudes and influences behind the dynamics of time spend and product usage -- Comprehensive quantitative data profiling consumers daily time use and new consumer survey insight from 15 countries -- Strategic conclusions and actionable recommendations to support the creation of on-trend and lifestyle supporting products and marketing campaigns -- Covers France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden, UK, US, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, China, India, Brazil and Russia Highlights of this title: Many consumers across the world perceive that their free time is eroding, when in fact, a number of time use surveys consistently find that leisure time is increasing. Consumers are willing to sacrifice basic needs such as sleep in the quest to gain more leisure time. This is consistent with the idea of people as leisure time maximizers. Despite the gender disparity noted above, the gap between male and female leisure time is closing in most of the countries covered in this report. Women are beginning to make more free time for themselves, while some men have also begun to take on more domestic tasks A Datamonitor survey conducted in August 2008 showed many shoppers feel there is too much choice when doing grocery shopping. In addition supporting the idea that consumers often shop passively the results also highlighted that many shoppers simply don't notice new products even for enjoyment orientated purchases such as alcoholic drinks. Key reasons to purchase this title: -- Lifestyles analysis: gain an understanding of how consumers are spending their time and how and why this is changing

-- Use the latest evidence based insights to launch and reposition products, ensuring they are successfully aligned with consumer lifestyles -- Access a compelling blend of quantitative and qualitative data illustrating consumer attitudes and behavior for key lifestyle activities For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/f8c714/consumer_lifestyle. Source: Datamonitor
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