Sleep. Work. Play. Rinse and repeat. This is the gist of most people’s daily routine, but the amount of time varies as more responsibilities kick in. Some people spend more time taking care of others in the house, some don’t have a paying job, and of course, the weekday schedule is usually different from the weekends.
The chart below shows a picture of the American daily routine and how it changes for different groups. Each bar represents an activity, and they sort by the time of day that most people are engaged in an activity. Color indicates the percentage of people during a given time frame.
So reading from top to bottom you get a sense of a schedule.
This is how different groups of Americans spend their days. Activities sort by the time of day most people engage… CHECK OUT THE REAL-TIME DATA VISUALIZATION HERE Click here to read more
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