Economy & Politics

In these EU countries, most young adults live with their parents

Europe is a continent of nests and fleeing birds. In some countries, less than five percent of people between the ages of 25 and 34 still live with their parents. At the other end of the scale, this is true for over 60 percent of young adults. In one country, the average age at moving out is 18 years. In another member state, most of those affected have long since passed their 30th birthday.

When a young adult can stand on his own two feet has something to do with comfort and whether staying in the “Hotel Mama” for a long time is socially acceptable. Many other factors also play a decisive role. These include: training or studies, the situation on the job market, available and affordable housing, financial support from parents. But one thing is a fact in all EU countries except Liechtenstein: women disconnect themselves earlier than men.

In these EU countries, most young adults still live with their parents.

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