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We’ll spend almost a decade on our phones
The survey found that millennials (born 1981-1996) spend almost a quarter of their waking lives on their phones, taking up 23.1% of their day.
That figure drops to 16.5% for Generation X (born 1965- 1980) and is even lower for Baby Boomers (born 1946-1964), with 9.9% of their waking hours spent scrolling.
In the study, researchers also calculated the average number of hours a day we spend on our phones, which also varied heavily between generations... More here.