Consider these additional related statistics*
- U.S. households that possess at least one television: 99%
- TV sets in the average U.S. household: 2.24
- U.S. homes with three or more TV sets: 66%
- Hours per day that TV is on in an average U.S. home: 6 hours, 47 minutes
- Americans that regularly watch television while eating dinner: 66%
- Hours of TV watched annually by Americans: 250 billion
- Value of that time assuming an average wage of $5 per hour: $1.25 trillion
- Americans who pay for cable TV: 56%
- Videos rented daily in the U.S.: 6 million
- Public library items checked out daily: 3 million
- Americans who say they watch too much TV: 49%
THE AMAZING CONCLUSION: The average person can easily find the time to earn a degree at MIUD by cutting
television time in half without adding any additional commitments to his or her schedule!
ACTION STEP: "Therefore be careful how you walk, not as unwise men but at wise, making the most of your time, because the days are
evil" (Ephesians 5:15,16 NASB).
*Time Facts Source: Norman Herr, Ph.D., Professor of Science Education at California State University, Northridge.