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NC in Focus: Young Adults Living with Parents, State by State

Nationally, more than a third (35%) of all twenty-something young adults were living at home in 2012. The largest share was in New Jersey: nearly half (48%) of New Jersey’s young adults were still living in a household headed by their … Continue reading

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NC in Focus: Young Adults Living with Parents, 2000 v. 2012

“In 2012, 36% of the nation’s young adults ages 18 to 31—the so-called Millennial generation—were living in their parents’ home… This is the highest share in at least four decades and represents a slow but steady increase over the 32% … Continue reading

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NC in Focus: Economic Activity of Young Adults

“Young adults ages 20 to 24 are more likely to be neither working nor enrolled in school than their counterparts two decades ago. […] The numbers are worrying because people in their early twenties are at a critical juncture in … Continue reading

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