[quote]Originally posted by Anders:
Its not an age thing. The limit is when you stop studying and have to become an adult and manage your life. I am 26 years old and have two years left in Uni. Even though I have lived and owned my own apartment for seven years, make an income around $25000 on average per year etc. "real" life begins when I become a sociologist, have to work as such and base my (hopefully higher) income on basis of that title.
Those of them I grew up with that didn´t take an academic education and have worked for three to five years as salesmen, nurses, teachers aso. all have houses, cars and children and with that a huge debt. They work 40-50 hours every week, sit around the TV every night with their wife/husband and "never" get outside the house.</strong><hr></blockquote>
I was meaning that after the age of 21 in a physiologic point of vue, your constitution become slowly worse and worse until your death
Of course you hare true the biggest change in life is when you stop studying and you start to manage your own life.
I wish for you that your income as sociologist will become higher. ( just a question in denmark does sociologist work only for the governement, or there is private institutes ?)
And for people who all have houses, cars and childrens and a huge debt, it's my perfect description
. The fact that you have enter in long studies does not prevent you of this future (but you are free to make an other choice), the difference is that you will have (at least it's my case
) a bigger house, bigger cars and a much bigger debt
The biggest change in the life is too have childs, it's the end (when especially there are youngs) of the evening entertainement, and each morning they prevent you and your wife to have little nasty activities
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