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LinkedIn survey of 2,000 millennials found 72% having a quarter-life crisis

Millennials say they are having a “Quarter-Life Crisis”

According to Zerohedge, burdened by an unprecedented pile of debt and facing a job market that is rapidly hollowing out, it’s no wonder a shocking number of millennials feel like they’re living through a crisis.

Unsurprisingly, a LinkedIn survey of 2,000 millennials shared by Moneyish found that 72% of young professionals ages 25 to 33 said they’ve been through a quarter-life crisis, or a period of self doubt and insecurity causing them to question their life choices, relationships and career paths.

Yeah, a shortage of disposable income, not to mention employment opportunity, will do that.

The main factors people grappled with were finding a job they’re passionate about (57%) and the pressure to buy property (57%). Both priorities were much higher than finding love (46%), which is much easier today thanks to the advent of online dating. Women (61%) in particular are more likely to be unsure of what their next career move is compared to 56% of men.

Unsurprisingly, a LinkedIn survey of 2,000 millennials shared by Moneyish found that 72% of young professionals ages 25 to 33 said they’ve been through a quarter-life crisis, or a period of self doubt and insecurity causing them to question their life choices, relationships and career paths.

Yeah, a shortage of disposable income, not to mention employment opportunity, will do that.

The main factors people grappled with were finding a job they’re passionate about (57%) and the pressure to buy property (57%). Both priorities were much higher than finding love (46%), which is much easier today thanks to the advent of online dating. Women (61%) in particular are more likely to be unsure of what their next career move is compared to 56% of men.

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