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More Millenials Living At Home According To Study
A new study from Pew Research Center said in 2012 more 18 to 31 year olds or millenials, were living with their parents now than in the past four decades. The study, based on Census Bureau data, showed that 36 percent of young people are stay at home children. The study cites several factors for the increase including declining employment, rising college enrollment and declining marriage rates. Young men were more likely to stay at home versus young women, 40 percent to 32 percent.