Yes, 30 Is The New 20

but our twenties is not time wasted.

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As someone who is 23 years old, a big thing I keep thinking about is the idea of if “30 is the new 20”. After graduating from the pandemic in 2020, I felt a massive amount of pressure from family and other peers to get a “real” job or get engaged. Usually, many opportunities are available after people graduate, and sadly, because of the pandemic, all the jobs have disappeared.

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Theatre and Film creator, Marriage and Family therapy student, and girl just trying her best.

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Theatre and Film creator, Marriage and Family therapy student, and girl just trying her best.

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