Number of Twenty-Somethings Living With Their Parents Up Fifty Percent From Before Crisis

Almost a quarter of adults aged between eighteen and thirty live with their parents


The number of 26-year-olds living with parents has jumped almost 46 percent since 2007, Bloomberg's Kathy Warbelow and Frank Bass report, as post-college-aged students struggle to find work.

Last year, the number of 18- to 30-year-olds living with their parents grew to 20.7 million, a 3.9 percent gain from 2010.