Nov 19, · In , the majority of U.S. adults aged live with their parents Over Half of U.S. Young Adults Live With Their Parents In the last few decades, young adults have faced harsh economic realities—from the financial crisis in to this year’s global pandemic, both triggering catastrophic losses in jobs and financial xfuckx.xyz: Aran Ali. Sep 15, · Of young adults ages 25 to 34, % lived in a shared household, a percentage point increase from Meanwhile, % of all young adults ages 25 to 34 lived in their parents’ households, a percentage point increase from These .
Sep 05, · More than half of adults under 30 (52%), or million, are living with one or both of their parents as of July, according to a study from Pew Research Center. That’s up from 47% in February and exceeds the previous high of 48% in , according to Census xfuckx.xyz: Yahoo Finance. Sep 04, · Most of the increase in young adults living with parents was among the youngest adults The youngest adults (ages 18 to 24) accounted for most of the growth in the number of to year-olds living with their parents from February to July – million of the million increase was attributable to them.
Sep 07, · A s COVID swept the country this year, millions of young adults retreated to familiar territory: living at home with mom and dad. A majority of young Americans ages 18 to 29 are now living Author: Tara Law. Sep 07, · More than half of all young adults in the U.S. now live with their parents, according to a just-released report from the Pew Research Center. That hasn’t happened since the end of the Great.