A Lighter Workload During College Years
Created on July 19, 2016
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On average, 19-year-olds spend 26 hours a week on education and work, far fewer than 17-year-olds. Only individuals aged 59 and older spend less time on education and work
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, “American Time Use Survey—Multi-Year Microdata Files,” http://www.bls.gov/ tus/datafiles_0314.htm (accessed June 24, 2016).
CHART 3 • IB 4589
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