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What kind of journey are the 20-somethings taking?

Rachel Chaikof

This article hits the spot about my generation, those who are in their 20's, and it hits home for me too. Are any of you, 20-somethings, switching jobs frequently to find something more meaningful, not thinking about dating or marriage, wanting to create a positive change on the world, and/or trying to make yourself well-known to the world?

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  • Lauren Peters
  • Rebekah Cramerus
  • Zachary Hinsey
  • Sherry Wang
  • Mitch Robinson
  • Dani Andrews
  • Gabriela León
  • Justina JaRae
  • Hannah Wasserman

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  • Joanna Demkiewicz

    This is my philosophy to a T! It's slightly unfulfilling in that I often feel disappointed in myself; then I have to dish out the familiar reminder: "Slow down, you can't do it all." But I still want to! I am definitely part of a generation that will fight and fight to keep running in circles. Will our effort and good intentions pay off for us and for the world?

    • Rachel Chaikof

      "Slow down, you can't do it all." is exactly what I need to frequently hear! I have so many goals and aspirations that sometimes I do get lost in which path I should follow. I will definitely be interested to see where we will all end up when we hit our 30's and 40's.