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Still living at home #13693287 09/07/20 12:44 PM
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52% of 18 to 29 year old's are still living with one or more of their parents.

This number surpasses the previous record of 48%, which was set in 1940.

The lowest percentage of 18 to 29 year old's living at home was 29% in 1960.

Worthless, but Interesting stats. I was YOYO (your on your own) at 17 by choice.

What age were you when you flew the nest for good?


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Re: Still living at home [Re: T Bird] #13693289 09/07/20 12:48 PM
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Originally Posted by T Bird
52% of 18 to 29 year old's are still living with one or more of their parents.

This number surpasses the previous record of 48%, which was set in 1940.

The lowest percentage of 18 to 29 year old's living at home was 29% in 1960.

Worthless, but Interesting stats. I was YOYO (your on your own) at 17 by choice.

What age were you when you flew the nest for good?




18 for me, never looked back.

Re: Still living at home [Re: T Bird] #13693291 09/07/20 12:48 PM
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21.

But now at 50, I'm pulling my parents out of the prisoner camp of a retirement community and moving back in with them in me. Moving to the country. They were gracious enough to get me through the first 21 years (with out killing me) and I will happily help them through their final years.


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Re: Still living at home [Re: T Bird] #13693294 09/07/20 12:50 PM
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went to college at 18, granulated at 22, got a job, moved forward...never thought of moving back home...wish i had visited them more...at age 70, i miss my mother and daddy...God bless you, Dave-0, for caring for yours


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Re: Still living at home [Re: T Bird] #13693304 09/07/20 12:59 PM
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I left home at 17 and have never been back.

Those recent numbers are inflated due to COVID too. Not an excuse but it's the current reality. I know a few who had to move back in with their folks temporarily due to lay offs or other transitions.


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18. Moved out the day after I graduated high school.

Re: Still living at home [Re: T Bird] #13693323 09/07/20 01:19 PM
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26 for me. I waited 5 years before entering college outta HS and then graduated and moved home for the summer. Grandma died and I moved into her house until I met my wife and we got our own place. My daughter is 25 and still living with us......and her stinkin' meowing cat! All I know is that I have softened over the years.


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18 to join the Marine Corps.

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I moved out at 18, had a lowlife room mate who decided not to pay rent. Moved back at 19 for 6 months, then out permanently

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17 once I graduated

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Originally Posted by TexDawg
I moved out at 18, had a lowlife room mate who decided not to pay rent. Moved back at 19 for 6 months, then out permanently

Originally Posted by TexDawg
I moved out at 18, had a lowlife room mate who decided not to pay rent. Moved back at 19 for 6 months, then out permanently


Did he help himself to your bologna when you were away?




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18 for me. Graduated HS and moved out that weekend. I had about a day and a half to get things lined out at my new place, and left for a 30 day hitch on a drilling rig in the Oklahoma panhandle.

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