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ABODO said: “Like many new technologies, dating apps provoke quite a bit of hand-wringing about contemporary life.“They seem to reflect all of our deepest insecurities about ourselves: Are we too dependent on constant validation?Tinder also found that 22.22% of college students said they were “looking for a hookup” and only 4.16% said they were “looking for a relationship”.To find out more about ABODO’s study please click here. Originally from Surrey, she has studied Communication and Media at Bournemouth University and The University of Central Florida.The survey received almost 5,000 responses and 3,500 people indicated that they used at least one of the dating apps listed.Last month is was reported that Tinder had launched a study into why college students use the app and revealed that the most popular answer from singles (44.44%) was that they were using Tinder for “confidence-boosting procrastination”.This was almost five times the number of users as the second most popular app, Bumble, which was used by 17.3% of people.
Because of social norms carried around from past generations, women sometimes feel pressured to always be attached to a man.
When relationships are prioritized over personal growth, goals are sidelined and the overall success of the student suffers.
Placing precedence on education and friendships instead leads to a better college experience.
According to a recent study, a huge 91% of college students surveyed said they were using dating apps for more than just hookups.
Conducted by ABODO, the study called “Swipe Right For Love?