There has been considerable discussion about those youthful Millennials who stubbornly remain ensconced in their parents’ homes even after graduating from college or securing their first job. =But for many people, the situation is inverted with their parents moving in with them. According to the Pew Research Center, among adults living in someone else’s households, 14 percent were the parent of the household head in 2017. That’s up from 7 percent in 1995.
Anirban tells us more.