Not So Fast A sculpting class for children 5 years of age the Twixters. They’re not kids anymore, but they’re not adults either. Ann States for TIMEAfter taking more than six years to graduate from the University of Georgia with a degree in cognitive science, Matt Swann, 27, worked as a waiter in Atlanta. Michele, Ellen, Nathan, Corinne, Marcus and Jennie are friends.
All of them live in Chicago. They go out three nights a week, sometimes more. Ellen is on her 17th, counting internships, since 1996. None of them are married, none have children.
All of them are from 24 to 28 years old. Thirty years ago, people like Michele, Ellen, Nathan, Corinne, Marcus and Jennie didn’t exist, statistically speaking. Back then, the median age for an American woman to get married was 21. She had her first child at 22.