quarterlife


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quarterlife

(ˈkwɔːtəˌlaɪf)
adj
designating the period of life immediately following adolescence, usually the early twenties to early thirties
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In the age of millennials, where choice is virtually unlimited, choosing a career path is a quarterlife crisis waiting to happen.
Keira Knightley stars as a 27-year-old having a quarterlife crisis
A WOMAN in the throes of a quarterlife crisis abandons her life to hang out with a 16-year-old girl.
Say When 99mins 15 A WOMAN in the throes of a quarterlife crisis abandons her life to hang out with a 16yearold girl.
Navigating the Quarterlife Crisis with Wisdom and Skill a self-memoir based on an idea that Jackson created to overcome the anxieties that gripped her mid-twenties.
Una de las pioneras en Estados Unidos ha sido Quarterlife (2007), sobre un grupo de recien licenciados de Chicago que buscaban su lugar en la vida despues de la universidad.
These poems are rescued from being an overplayed quarterlife crisis by the poet's irresistible compulsion to find a path to engage life despite all the times she's been left floating.
Though NBC recently faltered with quarterlife, its attempt at bringing a Web series to television, ABC is trying its hand at In the Motherhood, an online program that the net hopes to sculpt into a midseason comedy.
It's become the norm for recent grads to move back home," says Alexandra Robbins, author of "Conquering Your Quarterlife Crisis.
Two years before, she snagged a piece of the Zeitgeist as the wunderkind co-author of Quarterlife Crisis, which dealt with the "unique challenges" of affluent twenty-somethings as they move from college to the real world.
A new book, Quarterlife Crisis: The Unique Challenges of Life in Your Twenties, reveals the internet revolution and the quest for success have taken their toll on young people.
NEW YORK -- ZYNC from American Express today launches "The Quarterlife Project" to gauge attitudes and perceptions of 20-somethings about money, while providing resources to help them take control of their finances, including access to a new "ZYNC[R] QuarterLife Coach" - Gen Y expert, life coach and author, Christine Hassler.