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Feeling 29: Stats reveal insights into young-adult life

The Atlantic broke down some of the data from a recent Bureau of Labor Statistics report that debunks some of the common misconceptions about those 30 and younger. The big takeaways: the average 29-year-old has not gotten a bachelor’s degree, lives in the suburbs but doesn’t own a house and cohabitates with his or her significant other.

Source: From The Atlantic