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The quarter-life crisis

Forget about midlife crisis; today's 20-somethings have issues of their own

By Meredith Goldstein
Globe Staff / September 8, 2004

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Some were unemployed. Most were underemployed. All felt incomplete. They were a group of friends who were all just about 25. After college they had moved to Boston, the closest city to their respective universities, and were now experiencing what some have dubbed a quarter-life crisis. (Full Article: 1405 Words)

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