living at home

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I’m 23, and I still live with my parents. Since I graduated college two years ago, I’ve barely reached the six-month mark
I turn 24-years old in June. I graduated magna cum laude from a prestigious NESCAC school, have lived abroad and in New York City, and am lucky enough to have a rewarding, financially sound career. And, I live at home with my parents--out of choice.
You're a 30-year-old that has a decent job and is still sleeping in your Pearl Jam poster-covered room in your parents' house. All you have to do is follow this guide of lies and no one will ever know that you're a lazy child that bitches at his mother for buying the wrong kind of cereal.
If the percentage of young adults who are living at home with their parents is still so high, how can the number of new households be growing?
Over the past few years, the percentage of 25-to-34-year-old Americans living with their parents has been at a record high of nearly 15 percent. Though this type of arrangement is certainly easier on the wallet, it can wreak havoc on a young adult's self-image.
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America's skyrocketing student loan debt may be keeping young people from moving out of their parents' homes. Nicholas Wyman joins HuffPost Live to discuss.