STUDY: MEN MORE LIKELY TO USE SELF-CHECKOUT THAN WOMEN

FRANKLIN, Tenn. -- Though women make up the core of most food retailers' shopping base, men are 60% more likely than women to use self-checkout technology on every trip to the store, according to a new study from IHL Consulting Group here.IHL's "2005 North American Retail Self-Checkout Study" queried shoppers on their use of self-checkout lanes.One female respondent offered this explanation for why

FRANKLIN, Tenn. -- Though women make up the core of most food retailers' shopping base, men are 60% more likely than women to use self-checkout technology on every trip to the store, according to a new study from IHL Consulting Group here.

IHL's "2005 North American Retail Self-Checkout Study" queried shoppers on their use of self-checkout lanes.

One female respondent offered this explanation for why she declined to use self-checkout lanes: "After getting the entire family rea

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