Listen Now: Quarantine Habits: New Data Reveals Surprising Trends
Lockdown is a different type of lifestyle, and thanks to technology we know what yours likely looks like.
Chances are you’re well connected by a number of devices in your home and your pocket. Thanks to whatever you happen to carry around with you a lot of your habits, likes and dislikes are tracked. Now Bloomberg is taking a look at that data and painting a picture of life under quarantine. Here are some things they discovered…
People are sleeping later than usual. Without morning commutes and worrying about getting somewhere on time, people are getting a few extra z’s. The morning surge in electricity usage has moved from between six and eight to between eight and nine.
People are also slacking off in the afternoons. Without a set schedule, people are taking it easy when they need a little break. And since people are waking up later, they’re staying up later. People are winding down their days with digital entertainment.
Data shows a surge that starts around six p-m and lasts until ten or twelve. Let’s see if these habits can be broken.
CBS News Radio national business journalist Brian Banmiller has spent more than 40 years in the news industry, covering business, politics and the economy on television, radio and in print. Currently, his “Banmiller on Business” reports are delivered to an audience of millions nationwide.
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