Graduation Survey 2021

Graduation Survey 2021

Whether they’ve just completed high school, college or anything in between, hats (or should we say caps) off to all graduates of 2021! And with the celebrations comes gifts and maybe a little bit of reminiscing.

Is a graduation gift expected? How much will you be spending on the graduation gift? Do you wish you knew more about personal finance when you were younger and/or graduated college?

These are the things TopCashback wants to know. And who better to ask all these questions to than you?

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Comments
fixitMay 09 21 - 23:17 Interested
Julie_HsuMay 08 21 - 20:39 New grad, me!
Member530597131134May 08 21 - 15:29 Most high school graduates know little about managing finances. They may have had to earn money at a job here and there, but, in most cases, parents have still greatly subsidized purchases and definitely supplied food, shelter, and clothing. How will they know what to do when they have no money for the water bill because they bought the new $80 shirt everyone has? I believe personal finance should be taught in high school. Unfortunately, some students would be ill-advised if they did follow their parents advice!
kimhuihoMay 08 21 - 06:35 Personal Finance should be taught in schools. It is an elective class in most colleges & Barely touched upon in high school. If students were taught this, it would save them from a lot of stress over finances, thus setting themself up to be financially stronger. Graduation gifts are not expected but they will be nice. I would love cash from people that I can use to start paying down my student loans.
duoxuesong924May 07 21 - 21:55 Super, cool
mushui520May 06 21 - 12:53 I plan to buy a gift for my brother who will graduate soon for his master degree, generally we prefer to provide some 3C gift, like laptop, mobile, watch. This time, I would like to choose Apple new iPad pro, which has M1 chip inside. For sure, I think he will like it and enjoy the tool for his new business career. Jaja/
shykaliguyMay 04 21 - 12:31 Personal Finance should be taught in schools. It is an elective class in most colleges & Barely touched upon in high school. If students were taught this, it would save them from a lot of stress over finances, thus setting themself up to be financially stronger. Graduation gifts are not expected but they will be nice. I would love cash from people that I can use to start paying down my student loans.
Member425576628719May 04 21 - 11:02 I expect receive interesting books
gatisMay 04 21 - 00:10 Hi there
Member1128762388744May 03 21 - 18:57 My daughter give me a painting
sdk504May 02 21 - 11:47 I won't expect a graduation gift but if I have to give it to someone, my budget would be $20-$40 approx. When u r young, yes, it will be good to learn about personal finance although it's not very interesting at that age for many youngsters
Member626514410111May 01 21 - 21:16 Getting a gift is really nice but having your family there is way more important
Member1128531981808May 01 21 - 20:37 Hi. Hello there
kduke42May 01 21 - 15:52 They lie to you about how many questions there are.

Not cool.
Saida_4138May 01 21 - 13:03 Super, cool
Member530541811146May 01 21 - 12:29 Hello souns good
ruby34May 01 21 - 11:47 For graduation, I wasn't expected any gift but still it was nice to eat out at a restaurant. I would also do the same for my kids; spending limit - up to $50. Yes, I wish I knew more about personal finance, especially how to avoid getting into debt, when I was graduating.
ruby34May 01 21 - 11:41 For graduation, I wasn't expected any gift but still it was nice to eat out at a restaurant. I would also do the same for my kids; spending limit - up to $50. Yes, I wish I knew more about personal finance, especially how to avoid getting into debt, when I was graduating.
bg001May 01 21 - 10:33 My son in law graduates with his master's degree so have just started thinking about $$ Amount for his gift. Will definitely get him some type of gift card to celebrate this huge accomplishment. I'm currently working on my degree and I know how difficult it is (his is in engineering- wow-all online too). So proud of him. Congrats to all grads!!!
abderrahmaneMay 01 21 - 07:13 Hello team
DimaMay 01 21 - 04:15 ❤️❤️❤️ Найкращі
QF5001May 01 21 - 03:46 Sounds good!!!!
SobolevaApr 30 21 - 23:52 Nice))) goog gift
Member827283336249Apr 30 21 - 22:45 Wow good gift 🎁
Alina ParubetsApr 30 21 - 22:42 Чудово)))
aneidrApr 30 21 - 22:39 0x8232583c8A28D8887E7c82ffB9bb6D361E4AD910
Member430425322956Apr 30 21 - 22:29 Tayisa@Ukr.Net
racquisha54Apr 30 21 - 22:21 Perfecto
slixxxApr 30 21 - 21:25 Sounds to be a good!
Anna_107Apr 30 21 - 21:17 This is great, I want🎫🎁
RumLeeApr 30 21 - 20:55 Sounds good
hwadaApr 30 21 - 20:38 I wish I had been taught more about investing in school.
TaabdanteApr 30 21 - 19:11 Interested
Member430345198624Apr 30 21 - 18:42 I didn't get anything
MdmooseApr 30 21 - 17:25 Could be interesting
Member525988066126Apr 30 21 - 16:03 A 🎓 Trip sounds to be a good 🎁
KanykeySEApr 30 21 - 15:21 I want to get a round the world ticket for my graduation. I'll be spending about 1000$. When I was younger, I haven't thought about my personal finances
Kiko1411Apr 29 21 - 19:32 Jjjjjccnnxy
andiApr 29 21 - 07:12 🎓 Is the best 🎁 Itself!