From adolescence to old age we change who we spend our time with.  Family, children, spouses, and co-workers take big chunks of our time at different parts of our lives.

Our World in Data has a chart that shows how as we grow older we spend more time alone.  After 60 you see that family, children, and co-workers drop substantially. Does that mean people are more lonely?

The article says people are alone, but not necessarily lonely after 60.

To read the results of the survey click here.