HP Inc. just released the findings of the HP New Asian: Earning Experience Study, which shows that the majority of millennial parents in the Philippines want their children to be able to adapt to a future that is technologically driven. Furthermore, it showed that most of these parents are realists who are aware of the potential problems their children face, but are willing to put in the effort necessary to ensure their kids are prepared for such trying circumstances.
“The study gives us insights on how learning is evolving, anf where out inovation can ensure these young learners thrive,” said Pallasena V Viswanath, Managing Director of HP Philippines.
Further findings showed that other concerns include the rising cost of living, and job security for their children. Another interesting point was that the majority of families are willing to spend part of the family’s income on extra classes and activities to give their children an edge, putting the country among the highest in the region to want to do the same.
Parents in the Philippines also believe that a combination of print materials, and digital tools are the best approach, and delivers the most benefit.
HP, through its range of innovative printers and personal computers such as the HP DeskJet Ink Advantage 3775, and the HP Pavillion x360, reinvents learning to ensure that students have the right tools to develop their skills and help their practical, creative, critical, and inventive learning.