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Title: The Average 29-Year-Old
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1. Thompson, Derek
The Average 29-Year-Old
The Atlantic, Business Section, April 20, 2016.
Cohort(s): NLSY97
Publisher: Atlantic Media
Keyword(s): Cohabitation; Educational Attainment; Labor Force Participation; Marital Status

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Forget media archetypes of older Millennials as college-educated singles living in cities. The typical 29-year-old is living with a partner in the suburbs--without a bachelor's degree. [News media article highlighting BLS Economic Report USDL-16-0700: "America's Young Adults at 29: Labor Market Activity, Education and Partner Status: Results from a Longitudinal Survey," April 8, 2016]
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Thompson, Derek. "The Average 29-Year-Old." The Atlantic, Business Section, April 20, 2016.