A growing number of millennials are turning to social media to find out more about their friends and family and connect with others on social networks.
And according to a recent survey, they’re getting more and more interested in sharing that information online.
In the latest poll from the research firm Millennial Marketing, 2.4 million millennials said they have a Facebook page and 1.5 million said they do the same with Twitter.
It was the first time the millennial network was surveyed.
The numbers are staggering.
Millennials now account for 22 percent of the total population, according to the survey.
The number of Facebook users has jumped by almost 700,000 since 2016, with millennials now accounting for over half of the population.
Social media also has been a huge driver of the Millennial boom, according the survey, which was conducted between May and June.
The survey found that more than 70 percent of millennials have a social media account, which includes a website, mobile app or app on their phone.
Millennials are also becoming more and a larger share of their friends’ Facebook friends, with more than one in five now having a Facebook friend.
Millennial Networking and Social Media, which works with companies to bring the younger generation to their networks, says that millennials are increasingly connecting with people via the internet, while also reaching out to others on the social networks with real-time news, events, and insights.
Millenials have also found that social media has become an effective way to meet new people and connect on the go.
A recent study conducted by Millennial Networking found that millennials use social media at a faster pace than previous generations.
In this example, millennials are shown a map of places and social networks where they have been to or have visited in the last 30 days.
Millentennial Network, which is based in San Francisco, is one of the biggest millennial networking firms in the world.
The firm says that Millennials are increasingly using social media and other platforms to reach out to each other, find people they can connect with, and to reach and connect to other millennials.
The firm’s founder, Mark Zuckerberg, said in a statement that the company is proud to be the “global leader in the generation of social media influencers that have grown into the industry leaders we are today.”
Zuckerberg added that Millennial networking is growing exponentially, and he believes it’s only a matter of time before millennials will become the majority of networkers and users.