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PITTSBURGH, June 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Niche (http://niche.com), a community-driven network for choosing schools and neighborhoods, has released a survey of the technology and media usage of more than 7,000 Class of 2014 high school graduates. Students ranked 50 popular apps and websites based on frequency of usage.
"The goal of this survey is to highlight the role technology plays in high school seniors' daily lives and the behaviors they'll bring to college campuses this fall," says CEO Luke Skurman. "Our company helps millions of students choose their college each year, which gives us an inside perspective on the habits of this demographic."
The results reveal new insights in the way young people consume technology and sheds light on the tech companies that are gaining and lacking the attention of tomorrow's influencers.
Five key findings include:
Niche is transforming the way people make big life decisions. By providing insight and analysis from everyday experts, we make choosing a college, K-12 school, or place to live a more transparent process. From our founding in 2002 as College Prowler to our coverage on more than 250,000 schools and places, Niche's rapidly expanding presence continues to empower users to find their niche and thrive within it. For further information, visit http://www.niche.com.
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