Outi Sirniö. Photo: Maarit Kytöharju
Outi Sirniö. Photo: Maarit Kytöharju

Although young adults today have plenty of possibilities to plan their own lives, the underlying patterns and factors driving the process of the transition to adulthood seem to still be rather structured. In our recent study, we used register-based data on Finnish men and women born in the early 1970s. We followed these individuals from age 16 until the age of 37 by annually measuring their labor market participation and family formation patterns. Continue reading the full blog post by Outi Sirniö here!