ÁSZ: Higher education students more financially aware

Analysis

Higher education students are more financially aware, according to the State Audit Office (ÁSZ), writes Világgazdaság.

The researchers examined students' target systems, their lending, savings and investment competencies, and their habits related to financial services and product use. It turned out that students also have short-, medium- and long-term goals, and their sources of income are wages, pocket money, and scholarships.

It was pointed out that a comparison of data from 2013 and recent research shows that the proportion of those who can save regularly has increased, and that the average value of savings has also increased.

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