60% of Spanish households do not skimp on their return to school

An average of 232 euros per family is the money that we leave this year 2016-17 in the return to school. Most parents are willing to make an extra effort to ensure that our children have access to necessary material to study, as the surveys reveal.

To speak of September is inevitably to speak for many homes of the return to school. And treating the return to school of the youngest of the house is also to assess the level of family economy and do accounts to see how much is going to be spent on everything that is needed at this time of year. Pencils, cases, backpacks, books; There are many things that have to be acquired and of course they are not free. At this point it is worth asking, to what extent Spanish households are willing to invest?

More than half of the families in Spain they consider very important return to school and do not skimp on expenses in order to get all the necessary materials for their children. That is what the survey that the Rastreator website has done shows that 60% of Spanish households prefer not to save in this item of the domestic budget.


No measure of saving in the return to school

From this Rastreator survey, it appears that, when it comes to investing in the education of children, the majority of households in Spain do not set limits. Although for the family economies it is a difficult expenditure to bear, they consider it important. For its part, the 40% remaining They take some measures to save on the return to school. Among the actions to save, 22.6% of the encuetados.

Women, more concerned with saving

This study by Rastreator also shows that 16.6% of respondents not only value seriously taking saving measures in return to school, but also claim to be seriously worried at the time of doing this expense. In this sense, it is the women who seem to give more thought to this idea: 19% of the participants compared to 14.3% of the men.

As for regions, in Murcia and in Castilla La-Mancha it's where savings are most worrisome. Almost 60% in the first case and a little over 51% in the second community value carrying out some measure aimed at reducing spending on returning to school in this 2016-2017 academic year.

Those who least skimp are Galicians, Madrilenians and Extremadura: only 32.5%, 32.9% and 34% respectively value very seriously saving on the purchase of materials on the return to school. Regarding the concern generated by dealing with these expenses, Asturias is the community where the return to school seems not to take away the dream since this issue only goes around the mind of 2'2% of the inhabitants in this region.

232 euros of average cost of return to school

But really, how much do the Spaniards spend on returning to school? According to the survey carried out by the Celetem Observatory for the return to school 2016, it is estimated that each family spends average of 232 euros in the return of their children to school.

In this sense, the items that families think will take most of the budget are the following: school materials (books, pencils, cases, etc.), answer given by a 75% of the respondents, books, 65% of participants and clothing for school (whether uniforms or brand new garments) for a 60% of the members of the study.

Damián Montero

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