Apparently, Canadians like to use of technology to manage their personal relationships. So much so they tend not to worry about family due to technology advances helping to keep people connected. This is the finding of a report published this week by Rogers (client).
The report focuses on how technology users connect to family and friends and includes a survey that 58 per cent of Canadians cannot imagine life without the modern conveniences of texting, email and social networking, while 39 per cent feel that staying connected with loved ones is equally as important as eating and sleeping.
It may not surprise you to know that women are better communicators than men, but it’s interesting that this trend holds true online too. Here’s an infographic summarizing the study’s findings:
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