Yes, Millennials are still living with their parents.
News flash...other Millennials have moved out, but are still living off their parents.
The Issue: Financial Dependence While the economy is strong, some Millennials are either still living at home, or they are moving out and remaining financially dependent on their parents.
For example, as of 2016, 15% of 25- to 35-year-old Millennials were living in their parents’ home.
1 in 4 Living At Home According to Zillow, nearly one in four Millennials still live with their mother.
Root Causes: Millennials Living At Home Multiple factors may influence Millennials' decisions to live at home, which may include the cost of housing, debt obligations and their ability to find a job, among others.
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