But today's young adults are more likely to live in a parent's household — and to live with their parents for a longer period, according to the Pew.
Nearly a million more young adults are living with their parents than was the case two decades ago, a study has found. The figures, in a report.
People just couldn't believe a man of voting age would actually choose to live with his parents. Because somehow it makes more sense in.
Today, 63% of single adults between the ages of 20 and 29 live with their parents , as do just over half of to year-olds. This inevitably.
It's estimated that % of young adults ( years old) in the U.S live at home with their parents. Here's how it varies by state, as well as.