The typical week for a Gen Z child (at present between ages 9 to 24) appears to be like completely different than it did for teenagers in earlier generations.
Yes, you could have been a baby, however not now. Many facets of childhood have modified.
Let’s check out what a typical week appears to be like like for a Gen Z child.
They are spending extra time doing homework and sleeping greater than youngsters a decade in the past.
Gen Z spends an hour a day doing homework throughout the college yr. This is up from a decade in the past by 44 minutes a day vs. half-hour within the 90’s.
Gen Z can be getting extra sleep than they did up to now. They sleep roughly 9 and a half hours an evening. On weekends, they’re sleeping a mean of 11 hours.
Gen Z has over 5 and a half hours of leisure time every day. Here’s how they spend that point:
- screens (weekdays – 3 hours, 53 minutes): gaming, browsing internet, watching movies, watching TV, and so forth.
- screens (weekends – over 4 hours a day)
Gen Z’s every day life (in minutes):
errands – 16 min.
volunteering – 25 min.
paid work – 26 min.
house responsibilities – 31 min.
grooming – 51 minutes
consuming – 1:05 minutes
schooling – 4:32 minutes
leisure – 5:44 minutes
sleep – 9:44 minutes
socializing, attending events, sports activities and different leisure occasions – 1:13 minutes
Gen Z ladies spend 10 extra minutes a day, on common, searching for gadgets akin to garments or going to the mall (quarter-hour vs. 5 minutes).
Gen Z ladies spend extra time than boys on grooming actions, akin to bathing, getting dressed, getting haircuts, and different actions associated to their hygiene and look. Girls spend a mean of about an hour a day on a majority of these duties (1 hour, 3 minutes); boys spend 40 minutes on them.
Girls additionally commit 21 extra minutes a day to homework than boys do – 71 minutes vs. 50 minutes, on common, throughout the college yr.
When it involves the period of time spent on house responsibilities, Gen Z ladies spend 38 minutes a day, on common, serving to round the home throughout the college yr, in contrast with 24 minutes a day for boys. Gen Z ladies spend greater than twice as a lot time cleansing up and getting ready meals as Gen Z boys do (29 minutes vs. 12 minutes).
It is essential to maintain up with Gen Z and the way they’re spending their time. This offers us good perception into how we are able to higher minister to them.