Why a New Career at 30 Could Be Your Best Move Ever

Genevieve Fish

The 30 Under 30 listoriginated by Forbes, but now a staple of all career-focused publicationsseems to pop up every other week. As a 25-year-old dating a 27-year-old, I feel the intense pressure the modern media places on “being successful by 30.” But there seems to be an invisibility cloak hiding the accomplishments of women over a certain age, and that’s just wrong. There are plenty of successful women who didn’t hit their stride until they were 30 or older, and they might be even be better for it. Read on to shatter the illusion that the window for success closes at 29!

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