The number of online purchases has doubled, even the oldest have come to like it, the data says

The number of online purchases has doubled, even the oldest have come to like it, the data says
The number of online purchases has doubled, even the oldest have come to like it, the data says
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According to them, 88.2 percent of people between the ages of 25 and 34 shop online. On the contrary, the e-shop was mostly used by people over the age of 75. While in 2015, 1.1 percent of people in this age category ordered online, last year, according to them, that number increased tenfold to 10.7 percent.

According to S, the second group that buys things on the Internet are people between the ages of 35 and 44, with 83.9 percent. Follow people from 16 to 24 years old, of whom 82.4 percent. In terms of gender, women have a slight lead over men, with 63.4 percent of them shopping online in the past year, compared to 62.4 percent of men. According to S, 90.7 percent and 82.2 percent of persons with a high school diploma ordered bicycles online. In the case of people with this degree, according to others, 60.2 percent.

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According to Eurostat data on people aged 16 to 74, 33 percent of them shopped online in 2013 in the European Union (EU). Ten years later, it was 58 percent. Last year, the Czech Republic beat the EU average, when 69 percent of people aged 16 to 74 shopped online, which was an increase of 48 percentage points compared to 2013. In the 27th century, Czech Republic took sixth place. According to Eurostat data, Dutch people shop the most on the Internet, 84 percent of them. This was followed by Germany, Denmark, Ireland and Luxembourg. On the contrary, Bulgaria has the least number of online shoppers, namely 27 percent.

According to the Association for Electronic Commerce (APEK), they spent an average of 4,700 crowns on goods ordered online in April this year, i.e. a fifth more than in the previous month. Nrst was recorded by services. While in March they spent about 5,000 crowns per person on the Internet, in April it was about 6,100 crowns, APEK TK informed in the press release. With the end of the summer vacations, there has been a shift in this direction, mainly in connection with the purchase of ski passes, hostels, travel cards and plane tickets, said executive editor Jan Vetyka.

Last year, e-shop turnover fell by six percent to 185 billion crowns. The number of online shops also increased, by 200 to 49,900, reported the two online search engines Heureka.cz and the Association for Electronic Commerce. Turnover and poet e-shop decreased for the second year in a row. The best result last year was achieved by e-shops in the last quarter, when, after those quarters of decline, their interannual turnover increased by two percent. In the first quarter of this year, e-shop sales increased by three percent between years.

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