‘Old’ People Spend More Time On Social Media Than Young People
Us old folk now spend more time playing on Facebook than younger people. This is between watching reruns of Happy Days.
According to Cnet.com, here's more proof that social media is officially uncool: It's now more popular with old people than young people.
Of course, by old, I mean "35 and up," which isn't THAT old . . . unless you ask a teenager or someone in their 20s to define "old."
According to a new study by Nielsen, people 35 to 49 now spend the most hours of any age group on social media. They spend an average of seven hours a week. People 18 to 34 spend just over six hours a week.
The study also found women spend more time on social media than men. 25% of women's time online is on Facebook, Instagram, and the rest . . . versus 19% for men.
And Facebook is still the most popular social network.