Posted July 10, 2012

These stats below are interesting.  I like that they are looking at how much time people are spending with their elders.  How do you measure up?

This article was provided by New Old Age, the senior living blog of The New York Times.

Every day, Bureau of Labor Statistics interviewers ask Americans to detail how they spent the previous 24 hours, how many minutes and hours they devoted to everything from shopping to child care to phone calls. The results, culled from 12,500 respondents, make up the American Time Use Survey.

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