That’s what life does

The time between 20 and 30 is above all one of learning. More than half of the 20 to 25 year olds are still in training or further education or studying. But you also have to learn many other things during this time: to lead partnerships, to build your own life. And find out along the way: Who am I actually? This includes breaking away from your parents: According to the Federal Statistical Office, around three quarters of 25-year-olds no longer lived at home in 2020. Sons seem to find it a little harder to cut their cords than daughters: 35 percent of 25-year-old men still lived with their parents, compared to only 21 percent of daughters.

That happens in the body

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