Teens spending more of summer studying and exercising, less time lazing
from Fox Business
Teenagers spend most of their summer on leisure, but they're devoting more time to studying compared to teens of the past. A new Pew Research Center analysis of Bureau of Labor Statistics data found teens spend more than four hours each week during July on homework or classwork. That's an average of 39 minutes per day, up from 22 minutes a decade ago. Leisure activities, including time spent exercising, socializing or on screens, still account for most of teens' summer days, though it is down overall by an average of 24 minutes each day compared to a decade ago, according to the analysis.
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