We founded Quarterlife because we were frustrated with the lack of honest advice for people in their early twenties, and we wanted to create the resource we wish we'd had.
Quarterlife is an online magazine, where all the content is produced by quarterlifers and inspired by our lived experiences. Our aim is to show confused 20-somethings that they are not alone.
The Instagram polls answered by our readers show that 91 per cent of young people leave full-time education feeling poorly-prepared for real life and work, and only 50 per cent feel optimistic about the future. In addition, 49 per cent of graduates experience a deterioration in their mental health during the year after they leave education - a year we have named "the lost year".
We hope to inspire, entertain and empower our readers by sharing all the things education didn't teach us about careers and real life.
The team has begun to grow and we now have contributors and photographers all over the UK. We are always on the look-out for people to join our team; so, if you are interested or simply want to know more about us, please take a look at our contact page and get in touch.
We are also open to working with brands who want to reach this audience authentically and share our vision of inspiring grad lives better lived.
Joy Molan & Emily Parker
Companies Quarterlife has worked with:
Joy & Emily discussing gen z at VCCP's 'Rethinkin' Festival'