Male Millennials More Likely To Live With Parents

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Male Millennials More Likely To Live With Parents

According to a new study, 36 percent of Americans between the ages of 18 and 31 lived with their parents in 2012, with 4 in 10 male millennials still living at home as compared to 32 percent of females. What do you think?

  • “What kind of loser gets subjected to rampant unemployment and the skyrocketing cost of living?”

    Troy Daniels
    Naturopathic Physician
  • “Yes! I always knew I was in the vanguard of a dawning trend.”

    Jeff Sheldrick
    Cigar Roller
  • “Of course my 25-year-old son needs to stay at home. Who is going to massage my calves and cut the stray threads off my area rugs?”

    Shirley Fox
    Inventory Clerk