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Pew: Record number of young adults living with their parents

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A record 21.6 million young adults lived in their parents’ home in 2012, according to a new study from Pew Research. Fully 36 percent of the Millenial generation – people aged 18-31 — were living with their folks, the highest ratio in four decades. Before the Great Recession, that number stood at 32 percent. Pew pointed to declining employment, rising college enrollment, and fewer marriages for...

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