This article contains a research on the recent changes in US and UK young adults' living arrangements. It shows that these set of individuals are unavoidably facing an extended stay at parental home, mostly due to economic conditions.
Parents might worry about the day when their children leave home - but they might worry even more if they kept coming back. Not just for a few recuperative months now and then - but for years and years, into their mid-30s. There are some remarkable figures from the United States showing how much this has become the rule rather than the exception. This really is generation failure-to-launch. For the first time, in US records going back to the 1880s, people aged between 18 to 34 are more likely to be living with their parents than being married or co-habiting with a partner. It's a trend that is particularly affecting men, who now seem the most reluctant to close the door on their teenage bedroom. bbc news 27/5/2016