May 26, 2016 · Young adults just set a new standard: For the first time since 1880, one particular way of living is more popular among young adults than any other—living with their parents. Among 18- to 34.
Young adults are experiencing traditional milestones such as getting a job, marrying and having children at a later age than their parents. One of the striking signs of delayed adulthood is the rising number of young adults who live in their parents’ home – now the most popular living arrangement for young .
Dec 22, 2016 · Almost 40 percent of young adults lived with their parents, step-parents, grandparents and other relatives last year, or the highest point in 75 years, according to .
May 24, 2016 · For young adults without a bachelor’s degree, as of 2008 living at home with their parents was more prevalent than living with a romantic partner. By 2014, 36% of 18- to 34-year-olds who had not completed a bachelor’s degree were living with their parent(s) while 27% were living with a spouse or partner.Author: Richard Fry.