Teenagers spend longer on the Internet
A Europe-wide survey by NetValue has shown that every sixth Internet user is between 13 and 19 years old. In terms of usage and purchasing habits as well as composition, this age group differs significantly from the others.
For example, the female share of Internet users in this age group is significantly higher. As it is said, young people use the Internet almost exclusively for online games and for communication. Compared to the other age groups, Jews surf less, but spend much longer on the Internet. The data was determined in Germany, Denmark, France, Great Britain and Spain.