More Spanish Youth Live with Parents Reply

Youth stay home

The rise in deprivation for young adults was worst in countries such as Greece (+15 points) Spain (+20) and the UK (+10).

Shiv Malik writes for The, March 24, 2014–Almost half of Europe’s young adults lives with their parents, new data suggests – a record level of dependency that has sobering social and demographic implications for the continent. One of the most comprehensive social surveys of 28 European countries reveals on Tuesday that the percentage of people aged 18-30 who were still living with their parents rose to 48%, or 36.7 million people, by 2011, along with levels of deprivation and unemployment that surged during five years of economic crisis.

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