Study says more millennials are living at home

More millennials are living at home

For the first time in 130 years, more millennials are living at home than with a spouse or alone.

To put it in perspective:

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In the 1960s, 20% of 18 to 34-year-olds were living with at home.

And in 2014, more than 30% were living in their parent's home.

The study done by the Pew Research Center thinks this trend could be related to economic situations. Also people younger than 35 aren't getting married as early as they used to.

But don't let that number scare you. The 1940s had the highest number of kids living at home with 35%.

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1. Cable television

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2. Investments

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3. Mass-market beer

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4. Cars

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5. Homes

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6. Bulk goods from warehouse clubs

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7. Weddings

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8. Children

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9. Health insurance

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10. Anything recomended or reviewed by people they know

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