Thursday, April 02, 2009

Quarterlife Crisis Canada Style

I hear great things about Toronto but apparently young people get depressed there too.

Kamenetz says “Debt and lower income can affect your choice of jobs. It can take longer to move out of your parents’ house or stop accepting those cheques and become fully independent. And many young people find themselves asking the question: ‘Why haven’t I made more progress?’ It makes people feel like failures when really there are larger trends at work.”

I'm only 28, by the way!


Toronto Real Estate said...

I think it all depends on the attitude with which you look for a job. If you wait and wait for an opportunity you surely will be left to rot at home with your parents. Young people these days are a bit too lazy and dependent on their parents, they need to take care of themselves a bit more...that's my advice.

Take care, Julie

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