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    That said, Facebook is the platform of choice for 72 percent of the generation, a trait that means their lives are an open book for all to see. Thirty-two percent of the younger half age use social media from the bathroom and 51 percent of the older crew age take time out of their work day to use social networking at the office—more than any other age group.

    Younger Millennials access social media sites more on their laptops than mobile devices, while Older Millennials log in more on mobile apps. Regardless of device, both groups are checking in socially between 20 and 21 hours each month.

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    Their comfort level with digital has them engaging online in ways other generations are just warming up to. For example, Millennials like to handle their finance themselves, and they primarily do so online. And their savvy extends beyond balancing their check books. Older Millennials are 28 percent more likely than average to buy mutual funds online.

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    And, both younger and older Millennials are more likely than their older counterparts to engage in online trading. Deals actually account for 31 percent of their shopping dollars, and many of the top apps used by Millennials are either retail or discount focused, with Amazon Mobile and Groupon topping the charts. Yet we see few signs that adjustments have been made to marketing initiatives or innovation pipelines to match these numbers.