Most U.S. Teens See Anxiety and Depression as a Major Problem Among Their Peers

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Teens today are spending their time differently than they did a decade ago. But what has not changed are the differences between teen boys and girls in time spent on leisure, grooming, homework, housework and errands, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis of Bureau of Labor Statistics data. Overall, teens ages 15 to 17 spend an hour a day, on average, doing homework during the school year, up from 44 minutes a day about a decade ago and 30 minutes in the mids. Teens are also getting more shut-eye than they did in the past.

Affair about mental health cuts across femininity, racial and socio-economic lines, with about equal shares of teens across demographic groups saying it is a big issue in their community. Fewer adolescence, though still substantial shares, voice affair over bullying, drug addiction and alcohol consumption. More than four-in-ten say these are major problems affecting people their age in the area where they live, according to a Pew Delve into Center survey of U. The anxiety teens feel to do well all the rage school is tied at least all the rage part to their post-graduation goals. Contemporary patterns in college enrollment among en route for year-olds who are no longer all the rage high school reflect these gender dynamics. In addition to these gender differences, the survey also finds some differences in the experiences and aspirations of teens across income groups. And although a relatively small share of adolescence overall say they face a allocation of pressure to help their ancestor financially, teens in lower-income households are more likely to say they accept at least some pressure in this regard. There are also differences as a result of household income in the problems adolescence say exist in their communities. The survey suggests that, in some behaviour, the attitudes and experiences of adolescence may vary along racial and cultural lines.

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