The size of your Friday paycheck can have a big effect on how you spend your weekend.
According to the American Time Use Survey produced by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Americans who earn $50,000 per year or more disproportionately spend their free time doing activities like playing racquet sports and attending performing arts events.
On the other hand, Americans who make less than average are more likely to spend time watching television and listening to the radio.
The activity that higher-income Americans most disproportionately enjoy is playing golf, a pastime Malcolm Gladwell once referred to as "crack for rich white guys" for which, he says, there "isn't any parallel for ordinary people."
Gladwell also cites research that suggests that the more golf a CEO plays the worse their company does, and the more likely they are to get fired. President Donald Trump, who Forbes estimates is worth $3.5 billion, not only owns 17 golf resorts, he's made 47 trips to the golf course since becoming president in January.