Market research reveals best ways to brighten up Jan
According to recent market research, January isn’t necessarily the most depressing month of the year! Here are our favourite reasons why January is a month not to be (dis)missed.
Market research reveals more jobs are on offer
According to a market research survey
in 2016, January is the most popular month to change jobs, as more jobs are advertised than in any other month. Great news if you are after a new position, or fancy a promotion, plus it’s good for the economy too.
Savvy shoppers can grab a bargain
Market research suggests that the best time of year to grab a bargain is in the January sales. Sure, we still have Black Friday and Cyber Monday to look forward to, but an entire month dedicated to lower prices on old stock in your favourite stores? Yes please! Enjoy saving whilst shopping in January (and don’t forget to use your earnings or vouchers for taking Opinion Outpost’s online paid surveys to save even more cash)!
Market research reveals best events in January
Worried that the best events won’t be on until the summer? Think again! Market research reveals that January is a fantastic time to check out events throughout the UK. From modern art to home crafts, theatre to music and even exciting sleepover events at the Science Museum – clear the diary and look forward to some great culture to help lighten up a dark and gloomy Jan.
Christmas is over for another year
This may not be a good thing for some, but according to market research by YouGov, 1 in 6 people would like to cancel Christmas! In the same online survey, 21% of people admitted to disliking Christmas, and said they were happy when it was over. So there you go. Well, at least the shortest day of the year is over, we say – another January plus!
Do you like to loathe January? Does it get you down, or do you love that the madness of Christmas is at an end? Let us know by joining in the discussion on our Facebook page, and don’t forget to earn money online today by sharing your views in paid surveys for cash at Opinion Outpost UK.