The Pew Research Center in Washington, D.C., recently reported that the year 2014 was a high-water mark in the unfolding living arrangements of young adults in America. For the first time since 1880, adults age 18 to 34 became more likely to be living with a parent than to be living on their own or with a romantic partner in their own household.
The Pew Research Center in Washington, D.C., recently reported that the year 2014 was a high-water mark in the unfolding living arrangements of young adults in America. For the first time since 1880, adults age 18 to 34 became more likely to be living with a parent than to be living on their own or with a romantic partner in their own household. Hernandez MCT
The Pew Research Center in Washington, D.C., recently reported that the year 2014 was a high-water mark in the unfolding living arrangements of young adults in America. For the first time since 1880, adults age 18 to 34 became more likely to be living with a parent than to be living on their own or with a romantic partner in their own household. Hernandez MCT

When the kids grow up but don’t actually leave home

August 03, 2016 01:12 PM