Consumer Lifestyles in the PhilippinesConsumer Lifestyle Reports in Philippines provide current and detailed snapshots of the uniquebehaviours, attitudes and spending patterns of consumers in Philippines. In addition to coveringimportant core topics like household disposable income, consumer expenditure, savings andcredit and housing and home ownership, this report also contains hard-to-find statistics on morespecific consumer-related topics like eating and drinking habits, shopping habits, preferred typesof stores and retail venues, clothing and fashion trends and descriptions of how consumers spendtheir leisure and recreation time.A consumer segmentation section in the report breaks down the Philippines’s consumers byspecific age groups, ranging from babies and infants to pensioners; highlighting the factors thatinfluence purchasing decisions and the products in greatest demand for each segment.Amongst other information, the Consumer Lifestyle in Philippines report includes the following: Five most important trends currently affecting consumers in Philippines Break-down and analysis of the Philippines’s population statistics, discussing such key factors as age, ethnicity, education and income and their effect on consumer markets Households segmented and analysed using a wide range of factors, such as number of occupants and with or without children Detailed statistics and forecasts on activity in core categories of consumer expenditure such as housing, food and drink, transport, leisure and recreation and communications, as well as expenditure in categories like cosmetics and toiletries and consumer electronics Identifies key distribution channels and shopping trends in major product sectors Describes current fashion trends (many often unique to the country) as well as attitudes toward personal appearance, health and wellness and beauty that influence patterns of consumer spending Reveals what consumers in Philippines do when they stay in, go out, seek out entertainment, and go on holiday Provides insight on the impact of technology, both in the home and while on the moveUse the Consumer Lifestyle in Philippines report to answer questions including: In what types of stores do consumers shop for food and drink? Do commuters drive cars to work or take public transport? How do ethnic groups influence consumer preferences and expenditure trends? How many households own microwave ovens? Personal computers? Refrigerators? On the whole, are the Philippines’s consumers spenders or savers? Where do consumers go on holiday and how much do they spend? How well are consumers served by the Philippines’s healthcare system?
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Adult LearningChart 2 Number of Students in Higher Education and Expenditure per Student in PPP Terms2006-2011Chart 3 Regional Ranking of Number of University Students 2011WORKING HABITSWorking ConditionsWomen in the WorkplaceCommutingAlternative Work OptionsRetirementChart 4 Employed and Unemployed Population and Labour Force Participation Rate 2006-2011Chart 5 Population Aged 15-64 Compared with Old-Age Dependency Ratio 2000-2020Chart 6 Regional Ranking of Female Employment Rate 2011EATING HABITSDining InDining OutCafé CultureSnacking HabitsAttitudes towards Food TrendsChart 7 Per Capita Expenditure on Consumer Foodservice by Chained and Independent 2011Chart 8 Regional Ranking of Average Supply of Food Calories per Day 2011DRINKING HABITSAttitudes towards DrinkingDrinking Inside the HomeDrinking Outside the HomeChart 9 Per Capita Consumption of Alcoholic Drinks and Soft Drinks by Category 2011Chart 10 Regional Ranking of Alcoholic Drinks Consumption: Off-trade vs On-trade 2011
GROOMING HABITSAttitudes towards Personal CareAttitudes towards BeautyMale GroomingUse of Hair Care Salons, Spas, Nail and Beauty ParloursChart 11 Value Sales of Beauty and Personal Care Key Categories 2006-2011Chart 12 Regional Ranking of Per Capita Sales of Mens Grooming Products 2011FASHION HABITSAttitudes towards ClothingAttitudes towards FootwearAttitudes towards Personal AdornmentAttitudes towards Accessories/Luxury GoodsChart 13 Consumer Expenditure on Clothing and Footwear 2006-2011Chart 14 Regional Ranking of Consumer Expenditure on Clothing and Footwear as aProportion of Total Consumer Expenditure 2011HEALTH AND WELLNESS HABITSPublic versus Private HealthcareAttitudes to Health and Well-beingOver-the-Counter Versus Prescription-Only Medicines (OTC vs POM)Sport and FitnessObesityChart 15 Growth in Public and OTC Expenditure on Pharmaceuticals Compared withHealthy Life Expectancy at Birth 2006-2011Chart 16 Regional Ranking of Obese and Overweight Population 2011SMOKING HABITSSmoking Prevalence
Attitudes to SmokingChart 17 Smoking Prevalence amongst Men and Women 2006-2011Chart 18 Regional Ranking of Smoking Prevalence 2011SHOPPING HABITSMain Household Food and Non-Food Consumables ShopTop-Up Food ShoppingShopping for Big-Ticket ItemsE-commerce and M-commercePersonal ShoppingChart 19 Importance of Hypermarkets, Supermarkets and Discounters within GroceryRetailing 2011Chart 20 Regional Ranking of Sales through Internet Retailing 2011LEISURE HABITSStaying InGoing OutPublic Holidays, Celebrations and Gift-GivingCultureChart 21 Regional Ranking of Consumer Expenditure on Leisure and Recreation as aProportion of Total Consumer Expenditure 2011DIY AND GARDENING HABITSAttitudes to DIYAttitudes to GardeningChart 22 Number of Home Owners and New Dwellings Completed 2006-2011Chart 23 Regional Ranking of Home Owners as a Proportion of Total Households 2011PET OWNERSHIP HABITSAttitudes to Pet OwnershipChart 24 Pet Population and Sales of Pet Food 2006-2011
Chart 25 Regional Ranking of Pet Ownership 2011TRAVEL HABITSGetting AroundUse of Public TransportAir TravelChart 26 Number of Scheduled Airline Passengers Carried, Kilometres Travelled by AirCompared Length of Public Railway Network Operated and Road Network and ConsumerExpenditure on Transport ServicesChart 27 Regional Ranking of Possession of Passenger Cars 2011VACATION HABITSAttitudes to Taking HolidaysMain Holiday-Taking TrendsDomestic versus Foreign HolidaysPreferred Travel MethodsPopularity of Different Types of Holiday ActivitiesChart 28 Domestic and Outgoing Tourist Expenditure by Sector 2006-2011Chart 29 Regional Ranking of Holiday Departures 2011FINANCIAL HABITSAttitudes toward Payment MethodsSavingsLoans and MortgagesChart 30 Consumer Lending Compared with Savings and Savings Ratio 2006-2011Chart 31 Regional Ranking of Financial Cards in Circulation 2011Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.