Youngsters are the heaviest users of public libraries despite the ease with which they can access loads and loads of information on the internet,according to a study.
The reason they flock to the public libraries is because of the doubts related to health problems,job training,government benefits and some personal problems.
Twenty one percent of the Americans with such questions aged 18-30 have turned to public libraries,compared with about 12 percent among the general adult population with those problems to solve.
Education related tasks,making decisions about schooling,paying for it and getting job training are the most common problems drawing people to libraries,according to a joint study from the Pew Internet and American Life project and University of Illinois at Ubana-Champaign.
People are also turning upto libraries for magazines, newspapers,reference books etc.,