June 28, 2016

How Americans Spend Their Day Reflects a Shifting Economy and Population


Americans overall are working less and sleeping more than they were a decade ago, trends that point to an aging population and fewer people in the workforce. The annual American Time Use Survey breaks down how Americans spend their days by a number of characteristics, including employment status, gender, age and whether children are in the home.

And yet I'm still tired.

Topics: Research and Insights, Consumer Psychology, Culture, Consumer Insights