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  • More adults are living with mum and dad
  • More adults are living with mum and dad
    Alex Proimos (2012) ©
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More adults are living with mum and dad

Since 2010, the population of twenty-somethings living with their parents has increased, but they're not the only ones. In fact, the number of adults living at home has grown in every age range over the last 30 years. But is it just a lack of cash that’s stopping people from leaving the nest?

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