Here Are Six Things That Young Adults Do Earlier Than Their Parents, and Four They Do Later
According to a survey by a British insurance company, young adults are actually reaching their life goals an average of three years EARLIER than their parents did. Here are six milestones people in their 20s now reach EARLIER than their parents.
#1.) They travel abroad for the first time at age 13 . . . six years before their parents did.
#2.) They open a savings account at 15 . . . two years before their parents did.
#3.) They pass their driving test at age 20 . . . two years before their parents did.
#4.) They buy a car at age 21 . . . three years before their parents.
#5.) They move in with a significant other when they're 23 . . . three years before.
#6.) They buy their first home at age 25 . . . two years before.
And here are four things they do LATER than their parents.
#1.) They have their first boyfriend or girlfriend at age 13 . . . one year later than their parents did.
#2.) They get their first part-time job at age 14 . . . five years later than their parents.
#3.) They get their first full-time job when they're 20 . . . one year later.
#4.) They get married at age 28 . . . four years later.
And here are three things they do at the SAME age as their parents.
#1.) The have their first alcoholic drink when they're 17.
#2.) They move out of their parents' house when they're 21.
#3.) They have a baby when they're 25.