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GMAT Essay Topic 419 - The following appeared in the opinion column of a financial magazine. "On average, middle-aged consumers devote 39 percent of their retail expenditure to department store products and services, while for younger consumers the average is only 25 percent. Since the number of middle-aged people will increase dramatically within the next decade, department stores can expect retail sales to increase significantly during that period. Furthermore, to take advantage of the trend, these stores should begin to replace some of those products intended to attract the younger consumer with products intended to attract the middle-aged consumer." Discuss how well reasoned . . . Etc.


Retail Sales Topic Score:5 July 2nd, 2016 by findscore.com
The argument presented in the opinion column is not sound since it leaves out details, the lack of which could break the conclusion drawn by the author.The author says that on an average middle... Read more
consuming habit Score:5 June 8th, 2016 by findscore.com
Merely based on the unfounded assumption and dubious evidence, the conclusion in this argument is that department stores should substitute the products targeting to young customers with the product... Read more
Consumer behavior Score:5 March 9th, 2016 by findscore.com
At first glance, the argument of the author seems to be somewhat appealing, while a close examination will find how groundless it is. The author concludes that the retail sales of the department st... Read more
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decade in change Score:4.5 March 16th, 2015 by findscore.com
This argument claims that the 39% of people is reserve the next product, after 10 years these devote customer are back to use the their initial brand. Hence, the purchasing power of customer should... Read more
Retail Consumer Spending as a Function of Age Score:5 January 18th, 2015 by findscore.com
The author of the opinion column claims that department stores can expect an increase in retail sales in the next decade, recommending that they prepare for this change by replacing products in ord... Read more
retail sales increase from middle-aged people Score:4.5 December 4th, 2014 by findscore.com
The author argues that department stores should expect their retail sales to increase and that they should take advantage of this by stocking more products for the middle-aged market in place of th... Read more
AWA entry 9 Score:1 November 12th, 2014 by findscore.com
In the argument, the author concludes that the retail stores should replace departmental store products favorable by younger consumer with those that are meant for the middle aged consumers. He bas... Read more
Score:4 October 14th, 2013 by findscore.com
The argument claims that the retailer should replace the products that attract younger people with the products that attract middle-aged people. He recommends the above claim from the data given in... Read more
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Department Store Score:4 July 21st, 2013 by findscore.com
The argument states that the department stores should begin to replace the products intended to attract the younger consumer with products intended to attract the middle-aged consumer. The above co... Read more
Future of the department store Score:4.5 May 30th, 2012 by findscore.com
In argument above, the author states that more percent of middle age people go to departmental store than young ages do, so retail store have to make future plan targeting to middle age people. Th... Read more
Consumer retail spending argument essay Score:5.5 February 4th, 2012 by findscore.com
The argument and its conclusions are based on the uncertain premise that middle-aged consumers, a demographic segment that is growing at a faster rate than younger consumers, will maintain their pr... Read more
cowreewwwire Score:4 October 5th, 2011 by findscore.com
The above argument states the statistical evidence in order to makes conclusion about the reatil sale of departmental stores.the argument is flawed.In drawing the conclusion the author fails to con... Read more
Middle-aged & Young aged Consumers Score:2 March 3rd, 2011 by findscore.com
The argument states that the stores should begin to replace some of those products intended to attract the younger consumer with products intended to attract middle-aged consumer. I find that this ... Read more
middle-aged consumers Score:4 February 18th, 2011 by findscore.com
The argument claims that department stores should replace some products of younger consumers market since middle-age consumers spend higher proportion of their retail expenditure than younger consu... Read more
topic09 Score:5 January 29th, 2011 by findscore.com
At first glance, the author's argument appears to be somewhat convincing but a close examination will reveal it to be invalid. The author believes that department stores should begin to replace som... Read more
9 Score:3.5 July 21st, 2010 by findscore.com
The argument that department retail sales will increase in the next 10 years and thus department stores should begin to replace products to attract middle-aged consumers is not entirely logically ... Read more
Retail stores Score:3.5 February 17th, 2010 by findscore.com
The author argues that department store sales will increase significantly over the next few years because their core market of middle aged people will increase in size over the next decade. The aut... Read more
preference to middle aged customers? Score:4.5 January 8th, 2010 by findscore.com
The author concludes that the retail stores should focus on the middle-aged consumers who according to the survey spend 39 percent of their retail expenditure on department store products and servi... Read more
expenditure argument Score:2.5 March 20th, 2009 by findscore.com
The argument present a opinion from a financial magazine. From the argument it appears that it make sense to start having more product for the middle-aged customer in the store as their number is g... Read more
gamt Score:5 April 16th, 2008 by findscore.com
This argument is a though provoking one, although one with limited credibility, as it is filled with assumptions and gaps in information. In my discussion, I shall analyse the argument, listing the... Read more
middle aged consumers Score:4.5 August 20th, 2007 by findscore.com
The aforementioned argument, in asserting that stores should begin to replace some of those products intended to attract the younger consumers with products intended to attract the middle aged cons... Read more
middle aged expenditure Score:5 August 4th, 2007 by findscore.com
The speaker concluded that department stores should replace some of their products intended to attract the younger consumer with those intended to attract the middle-aged consumer. The argument is ... Read more
retail Score:5 May 30th, 2007 by findscore.com
The author of the argument suggests a strategy for the department stores to increase their future revenues. The strategy is to concentrate on products that attract middle age consumers rather than ... Read more
middle-aged consumer Score:5 May 1st, 2007 by findscore.com
In this argument, the author concludes that retail sales of department stores are expected to increase dramatically within the next decade as a result of a significant increase of middle-aged peopl... Read more
Expenditure trends Score:5.5 March 6th, 2007 by findscore.com
The argument presented in the above article is not entirely convincing and leaves space to some questionable issues. It basically fails in assuming that consumption patterns observed between middle... Read more
Department Stores and Consumers Score:3.5 November 2nd, 2006 by findscore.com
The author of this column suggests a strategy to increase the sales of department stores. Based on his statistics, middle age consumers spend higher percentage of their retail expenditure to depart... Read more
Score:4 September 11th, 2006 by findscore.com
The argument has not point out some important concerns which must be mentioned to substantiate the argument.The argument has a frailty in that people who are in middle-ages will get old so they tre... Read more
Score:4 September 8th, 2006 by findscore.com
The above argument omits some paramount items that must be involved in the reasoning process; therefore, it does not constitute a logical argument in favor of the conclusion and it certainly is not... Read more



  • September 8, 2006