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Fact of the Week: 11 November 2013

Over One Third of Young Adults Live with Their Parents*

"In 2012, 36% of the nation's young adults ages 18-31—the so-called Millenial generation—were living in their parents' home," according to a 2013 analysis of Current Population Survey data.
       
Fry, R. (2013). A rising share of young adults live in their parents' home. Washington, DC: Pew Research Center. Retrieved from www.pewsocialtrends.org.

* note: persons residing in college dormitories are considered to be living in their parental home.

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