"18 to 24"
"25 to 29"
"30 to 35"
If you think about it...imo there's a HUGE difference in mental maturity and experience between an 18 year old and a 24 year old.
18 for most people is still in high school, or at the very most beginning their actual legal adulthood.
24 for most people is after finishing college/vocational school, is legally able to drink alcohol (and we know how much the bar/club scene is a PIVOTAL change to dating), and is usually aiming to be, or is on, their career path.
So when you see an anonymous question age "18-24", frankly you don't know if you're dealing with a high schooler, or a seasoned young adult on the career path.
Think about it.
Why should both extremes be under ONE category? Imo it would make more sense to divide that age designation into two separate designations.
Which designation split listed in the poll do you think is the best way to split this "far too wide" age designation of 18-24?
Vote and reply as much as you like with your point of view.
Thanks for answering! 8-)
- Yes, this should be changed to "18-21" & "22-24"Vote A
- No, the age designation should remain at "18-24"Vote B
- Yes, this should be changed to "18-20" & "21-24"Vote C
- Yes, this should be changed to "18-19" & "20-24"Vote D
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I think it's fine as it is, but then again I've never really taken any notice to the age ranges. I agree with the digital saint that labeling the users actual age would be much more helpful then just ranging their age1