60% of Millennials Say They're Going Through a Quarter-Life Crisis

The old mid-life crisis cliché is to go out and buy a sports car.  But with a QUARTER-life crisis, you can't really do that.  Especially if you have no money and still live with your parents . . .

According to a new survey, more than HALF of millennials say they're currently going through a quarter-life crisis. 

60% of people between the ages of 25 and 35 said they're in a quarter-life crisis right now, and they're having trouble coping with financial or personal issues. Here are the top three reasons . . . 

1.  They're not making enough money.  53% of millennials who said they're in a quarter-life crisis admit they currently spend more than they earn each month.  Which means they're relying on their parents, racking up debt, or both. 

2.  They can't find a good job, 26% . . . or they hate their current job, 24%. 

3.  They have relationship issues, or can't find someone worth dating, 25%. 


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