Adults Moving Back Home at Record Rate

“For a president that promised young people rainbows and unicorns, those same young people are now living at home with their poster of their favorite 90s television star on the wall.”

Remember your old racecar themed bed you used to sleep in at home every night, well more young people are getting used to bunking back up into that bed.

A record 36 percent of 18 to 31 year olds are living back home; this is the highest percentage in four decades. For a president that promised young people rainbows and unicorns, those same young people are now living at home with their poster of their favorite 90s television star on the wall.

movingbackI think it is ok for young people to live at home for a certain amount of time.

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College graduates are faced with record levels of student loan debt, with the average being somewhere around 28,000 to 30,000 dollars. Then you have the “professional” students who couldn’t find a job, who go back to school and rack up even more in student loans.

 

 

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