Mid-20’s And Still Living With The Parents? Don’t Worry, You’re FAR From Alone

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Tired of being at home? Don’t complain to others about your situation. 34% of individuals aged 18 to 32 in America are still living with Mom and Dad. An even more shocking 46% from the ages 25 to 32. You can call them your “roommates” all you want, but the fact of the matter remains you’re under the same roof as your parents.

Huffington Post College provided the graph you see above, so if you’re in the situation of where you are still living at home, don’t fret. There’s a lot of other people in your shoes, too. Plus, it could be worse. You could be in Spain where 40% of everyone under 35 are abiding by the rules of Mommy and Daddy.

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