Newsclip®: [Health] Why millennials are stuck in their parents’ basement | New York Post

"It’s official: Millennials really are the Mom’s Basement generation. A new Pew analysis shows that adults 18 to 34 are now more likely to be living with their folks than in their own home with a spouse or partner. That hasn’t been the case in 130 years — and it’s cause for concern. True, the share of couples living together has been dipping for a while. It peaked at 62 percent around 1960, Pew says, when just 20 percent of young adults lived with Mom and Dad. By 2014, 32.1 percent lived at home, a bit more than the 31.6 percent who lived with a partner. One obvious explanation: People are putting off marriage until later in life — or skipping it altogether. Pew has estimated that as many as one of every four young adults may never marry. Single motherhood has also grown — troubling in itself, because abundant other research links marriage to better economic prospects for kids. But it’s impossible to ignore the role the",

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