New research by British psychologists shows educated twenty and thirtysomethings most likely to be hit by pre-midlife blues.
It is supposed to be the time of opportunity and adventure, before mortgages and marriage have taken their toll. But struggling to cope with anxieties about jobs, unemployment, debt and relationships, many young adults are experiencing a “quarterlife crisis”, according to new research by British psychologists .
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