But for many Americans, the reality of the online experience is substantially different.
According to a study done this month by journal Health Affairs, Americans in their late 50s are experiencing the same if not worse health ailments than people at those ages a decade to 15-years-ago.
The Department of Homeland Security has suggested doing away with words like 'jihad' and 'sharia' to help curb American millennials from becoming radicalized.
Above, a picture of Boston Bombing terrorist Dzokhar Tsarnaev flipping off a security camera from a jail cell.
From 2014 to 2015, mortality rates rose 1.2 per cent marking the first year-over-year increase in the number since 2005But because life expectancy in the United States becomes more stagnant, millions of Americans in the workforce have forced the number that most retire and claim their Social Security checks to raise from 65 in 2002 to about 67 in 2027.
Additionally, approximately a third of all work-able Americans are still working between the ages of 65 to 69.