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Jonathan Vespa | August 09, 2017 Young adults are experiencing traditional milestones such as getting a job, marrying and having children at a later age than their parents. One of the striking signs of delayed adulthood is the rising number of young adults who live in their parents’ home – now the most popular living arrangement for young adults. A third of young people, or 24 million of those aged 18 to 34, lived under their parents’ roof in 2015. More young adults lived with parents than with a spouse in 2016. Almost 9 in 10 of the young people who lived with their parents a year ago are still living there.
originally posted by: Ligyron
a reply to: Scapegrace
What I don't understand is why you dudes don't make babies? You complain about immigration - when white America is a continent of people who are only there because millions of Europeans moved from Europe to North America - and you don't wan foreigners in America, but you lot are failing to ...
Maybe the reason the birth rate in the USA is so low is because the majority of our fellow Americans are obese, the rest being just a smaller-scale of obese(Overweight) and since men aren't even aiming to impress women by making something out of themselves - women can't find eligible men to make babies with?