Early this morning the Women’s Media Center released its annual women in media report, the details of which were rather depressing. But one infographic included in the report stuck out to us: compiled by internetserviceproviders.org, it shows how women and men use social media differently. Check out the full graphic below.
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As a NICU RN im shocked that people still think it is somehow amazing that men and women are different..
Men "more prevalent" on Twitter? Confusing phrasing given that it shows women are still the strong majority of Twitter users.
Whether there's anything really depressing in the rest of the report is rather questionable, given how many women opt for the luxury of not-working or working only part-time, but the infographic at least is interesting.
But this infographic shows very strange data since it´s considering MySpace... and forgetting Instagram, for example. Looks like it´s old data.