Boomerang kids aren’t going anywhere soon. This is an article I wrote for About.com in the Parenting Young Adults section.
Boomerang kids are here to stay. With one in five young adults in their 20s and even early 30s returning to live in their parents home for an extended period of time, this is no longer an anomaly, but a trend that shows no sign of slowing down. The challenge of finding a job with a living wage, health insurance and other benefits makes it difficult for many 20-somethings to be fully independent, whether they live under their roof or take financial help from their parents (estimated at 60 percent).
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