Men are more inclined to shop online than women?

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Males tend to be more inclined to shopping online than females, a study conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics has discovered.

The Australian Social Trends report published today reveals males are 9% more likely compared to females to shop online.

The survey furthermore learned Aussie personnel are enduring much less personal injuries and having fewer time off after they injure themselves, and 1 in 5 desires to work less so they can find more time for socialising and entertainment

Watching films remained Australia’s most favoured social pastime for all those aged fifteen years and over, with more than 66% going to the movies in 2009-10. Going for walks for physical exercise was the favourite way of external entertainment, with nearly 25 percent of participating.

Over seventy % of Aussies had access to the internet at home in 2008-09, more than fourfold as many compared to about ten years ago.

Around 1 in 5 kids aged five to 14 years use the web in the home for social networking. Nearly four in five kids aged 5-14 years utilised the web. Many chosen the web for academic reasons and online video games, additionally playing, or downloading songs

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