Derek Thompson uses the new Bureau of Labor Statistics data to chart how we spend time differently as we get older. College students can stop complaining about pulling all-nighters: They tend to get more sleep than their slightly-older counterparts. They also devote an average of 48 minutes each day grooming themselves. Take a look:

Breaking down some stereotypes, the Bureau of Labor Statistics finds that elderly Americans (those over 75) spend more time watching television than their teenager counterparts.

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