According to a LinkedIn research, 75% of 25-33 year olds have experienced a quarter-life crisis, often related to feeling as if they were at a crossroads in their career. Women and men alike have experienced it (73% vs. 76%, respectively), with 85% of those in Arts & Culture having had a quarter-life crisis, followed closely by IT & Telecoms, at 84%. The average age of a quarter-life crisis is 27 years old. Globally, nearly 80% of those aged 25-33 have felt under pressure to succeed in relationships, career or finances before hitting 30. Finding a job or career that they’re passionate about is the top reason this age group feels anxious (61%), even more so than about finding a life partner (47%) or dealing with student debt (22%). Nearly half (48%) of respondents feel anxious when comparing themselves to others. The online survey was conducted by Censuswide on behalf of LinkedIn from Oct. 31-Nov. 3, among 6,014 respondents across the United States, United Kingdom, India and Australia.
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