• This is the exact age when you're most likely to experience a quarter-life crisis - and how to deal with it if you do

    One year ago - By Business Insider

    LinkedIn research conducted with 2,000 25 to 33-year-olds found that 72% had experienced a so-called "quarter-life crisis."
    Most people in the UK hit this crisis at the age of 26 years and 9 months old - and it usually lasts around 11 months.
    Gender and location also appeared to affect the likeliness of suffering a quarter-life crisis.
    This is partly because millennials aspire to a less conventional standard of life than older generations, and aren't willing to settle for less.
    Millennials have had it rough in so many ways, from a post-recession job market to sky high rents and a seemingly...
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