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A new study from the Pew Research Center has that most adults under 30 years old are now with their parents. The study the number of 18- to 30-year-olds who at home has an 80-year high. Around 52 per cent, or 26.6 million, of young people at home with one or both of their parents. Researchers say that not since 1940 have so many of the younger generation with their parents. Only in the Great Depression of the 1930s the percentage higher. The researchers say there has been a recent rise in the number of young adults back in with their parents. A contributory factor to this spike is the economic downturn and a rise in unemployment by coronavirus.

Regarding the economy, financial analyst Jeremy Sopko said: "You have to into account two huge factors: massive student loan debt and a lack of available work." He : "It's a difficult situation that's been by the pandemic and it may take ...the better part of a decade for younger demographics to and be financially stable enough to home." Another commentator said the trend could adverse effects on the property rental market. She said: "With a lot of young people not renting, not moving into cities...there is a lot of inventory onto the market." Mr Sopko : "For the most part, nobody to living at home with mom and dad."

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