If you're in your 20s or early 30s and unhappy with your current job, worried about money or don't feel quite like an adult yet, you're probably having a quarter-life crisis.
It's a situation that's more common than you'd think. Some 75 percent of people age 25-33 say they've had or are currently going through their own quarter-life crisis, according to a LinkedIn survey of more than 6,000 people in the U.S. United Kingdom, India and Australia.
Among the many things that could stress a young person out, not having a fulfilling job or career is the biggest anxiety-inducer, the survey reveals.
But one young man who found himself broke and unemployed at 27 says this period of uncertainty can actually be an opportunity for incredible growth.