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May 24,  · A small share of young adults (4%) are married or living with a partner but not living in their own household. Rather they are living with parents or other relatives, or they are living in some other arrangement. In this analysis, those young adults are not included as “living with a spouse or partner in their own household.” ↩Author: Richard Fry.

Jun 15,  · Another big mistake young adults make when first moving out of Mom and Dad’s is not saving any money. You might wonder what the point of saving is if you only have a handful of dimes left over from each paycheck. It’s difficult to save when you’re living paycheck to paycheck, but even saving just $5 a week is better than not saving at all.

May 26,  · Young adults just set a new standard: For the first time since , one particular way of living is more popular among young adults than any other—living with their parents. Among to