Behavior[ edit ] Twixters are typically young adults who live with their parents or are otherwise not independent financially. If they are employed, they often have unsteady and low-paying jobs. They may have recently left university or high school, or recently embarked on a career. Media coverage[ edit ] Time published an article called "Twixter Generation: Young Adults Who Won't Grow Up", about Twixters in January , putting this relatively obscure demographic in the spotlight.
The numbers are jarring. The New Republic has dubbed this trend the Great Delay. Popular theories about why our generation lives at home end up incorrectly psychoanalyzing young adults. Young people were praised too much as children.
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All of them live in Chicago. They go out three nights a week, sometimes more. Each of them has had several jobs since college; Ellen is on her 17th, counting internships, since
Where Do Americans Come From? The Twixters are not a type of candy bar, but a new social demographic. Many of them live with their parents; others who live independently still receive some degree of financial support from their families.