Gen Zers report highest negative impact from social media, nonprofits working to change that

It’s no secret that people 25 and under, also known as Gen Zers, spend the most time on social media, and a McKinsey Health Institute study shows that a higher use of social media coincides with a poorer well-being.

The McKinsey study shows 35% of young people around the world say they spend more than two hours a day scrolling on social media.

“Embarrassingly, I spend probably six hours average on my phone,” said 20-year-old Abigail Bettow,

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