There are a vast amount of differences between today’s generation at age 27 and our parent’s generation at 27. It appears that the older generation had life pretty well planned out by the age of 27. They were often married and were beginning families of their own. They were building homes that they would live in for the remainder of their years, while we are still floundering around trying to figure out what we want to do with our lives. We, the younger generation are waiting later in life to have children. We are not buying or even building our homes, but rather renting paying someone else to be responsible for us. If the differences are so vast between these two generations, what will the generational gaps be between our parents and our children?
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