The number of Americans ages 100 and older is projected to more than quadruple over the next three decades.
Roughly one-in-five Americans ages 65 and older were employed in 2023 – nearly double the share of those who were working 35 years ago.
YouTube, TikTok, Snapchat and Instagram remain the most widely used online platforms among U.S. teens. And teens are less likely to be using Facebook and Twitter (recently renamed X) than they were a decade ago.
One-in-six Americans ages 50 and older (17%) say they have ever used a dating site or app.
When asked about the ideal age of a president, around half of Americans (49%) say they prefer someone in their 50s.
As of 2021, 25% of 40-year-olds in the United States had never been married, a significant increase from 20% in 2010.
Young workers express lower levels of job satisfaction than older ones, but most are content with their job
Young workers express general contentment with many aspects of work; personal connections like relationships with co-workers stand out.
Today's 21-year-olds are less likely than their predecessors in 1980 to have reached five key milestones, including having a full-time job.
Young adults in the U.S. are less likely than those in most of Europe to live in their parents’ home
One-in-three U.S. adults ages 18 to 34 live in their parents’ home, according to U.S. Census Bureau data from 2021.
More than half of U.S. teens say it would be difficult for them to give up social media. 36% say they spend too much time on social media.