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Virtual Life Means More Than Real Life to Gen Z

Non-digital life isn’t put on pause, though. Most of us are multitasking when we’re online — some even dance as they scroll.

By Chandra Steele

Virtual life has surpassed real life for many of us, lately. By just how much has been measured by Squarespace and The Harris Poll, which looked at the impressions online life makes versus real life.




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