A College Degree, Job, and Kid All Before 30
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A College Degree, Job, and Kid All Before 30

Amy Elliott, 28, is defying the norm for her class and age group: college-educated parents in their 20s often face questions about friendships, careers, their place in life. Video by Ian Shapira/The Washington Post, Editor: Jacqueline Refo/washingtonpost.com

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