Posted October 09, 2018 06:03:06 When it comes to media consumption, how much are you willing to pay for more?
A survey of more than 5,000 people by Mercer found that a quarter of respondents had never paid for more than one subscription, and most have paid less than $1 a month.
But if you’re feeling particularly lazy, or just want to try and make a little money, you might want to consider making a bit of extra cash.
Mercer’s latest Money and the Future survey, conducted over the past few weeks, found that people in their 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, and 60s are increasingly paying for media, with nearly half of those in the age group making a monthly payment of more.
Money is a powerful motivator, and it’s a good idea to look at ways to pay more for media.
For starters, you could pay less for content you already enjoy, and perhaps you can save money by subscribing to the latest or greatest.
You could also consider buying more books, and buying some of the best-selling titles in your area.
It’s worth noting that a large percentage of those surveyed also said they’d read at least one book in the last year.
However, as more people get hooked on media, it’s important to be mindful of what you’re paying for.
If you’re still spending more than you should, you may want to think about paying for the services you really want rather than the stuff you can’t afford.
In fact, some of Mercer’s respondents said they were spending more on entertainment than media.
This may be because they prefer to watch content from the comfort of their own home, rather than from the couch or in the comfort zone of a movie theater.
For this reason, they might also consider investing in more media devices, and possibly upgrading your internet service.
That’s certainly something that could save you money in the long run.
You’ll still need to spend a bit more money, but you’ll also save some money over time.