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Moving back home during the pandemic has brought a “sense of relief” for some young adults.

May 05 2021

Moving back home during the pandemic has brought a “sense of relief” for some young adults. It’s a coming of age moment when young people move out of their childhood homes to attend college or start a new job in a different city. But when human interaction was far and few between during the onset of the pandemic, some Millennials decided to return home. According to Pew Research Center, the percentage of 18-29-year-olds living with their parents increased from 47% in May 2019 to 52% in May 2020, the highest since the last peak after the Great Depression. YPulse’s No Place Like Home trend research found that 17% of Millennials reported moving in with family to save money because of COVID-19. For some, moving back home meant finding a sense of safety when jobs, activities, and life were drastically altered. While the move back home for some Millennials doesn’t signal a major shift, it’s clear the pandemic exacerbated young peoples’ need to find renewed support within family. (WSJ)