Everett is significantly more BA than me.
This article does a good job of laying out the situation without really saying if it’s a problem or not.
What would the problems and consequences be with prolonged adolescence amongst American males?
I wonder if the fact we’ve pushed starting families off to such later ages means our generation will have a greater disconnect with our kids?
Is there a chance that economic conditions, or an upcoming massive economic swing, might turn extended adolescence into something more permanent?
Are guys saving any money during their 20s? Is ‘retirement’ something anyone even thinks is possible any more?
Are their any benefits?
Do delays in marriage mean a lower divorce rate?