Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Always in Touch

Frequency with which young adults, aged 21 to 26, communicate with one of their parents...

Every day: 62%
Once a week: 29%
Less than weekly: 9%

Parents and children communicate more often than they did a generation ago, according to AARP. When the baby-boom generation was in its early twenties, 41 percent communicated with a parent every day, 38 percent once a week, and 22 percent less than weekly.

Source: AARP, AARP The Magazine Generations Study

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