RESEARCH BRIEF -- Mar 6 -- According to a report from The Media Audit 17.9% of all U.S. adults are now retired. The number of retirees has increased by 6% in the last five years. Retired adults today spend only 89 minutes per day online, a figure that is 26% less than the average U.S. adult who spends 123 minutes per day online. The next generation of retirees, though, is expected to be more computer and internet friendly, since Baby Boomers between the ages of 45 and 64 spend a considerably higher amount of time online - 123 minutes per day.
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