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LIVING WITH PARENTS
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My Husband And I Couldn’t Get Jobs, So We Moved Into My Parents’ Retirement Community
, Guest Writer
Pretending to be retired at 29 was fun ... at first.
Kiss These Unhealthy Millennial Habits Goodbye
Millennial and often in denial.
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
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Young Adults More Likely To Live With Parents Than Ever Before
Empty nests are becoming a thing of the past.
Why We Shame Millennials Living at Home
Writer, Content Strategist, LGBTQIA Advocate
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.
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I Lived With My Mom For 2 Years As An Adult And I Miss It Every Day
Just ask my bank account.
You're Gonna Miss This
Advertising creative director and personal essay writer.
How often does this happen? That rare opportunity when, after years of struggle and uncertainty, the storm clouds part and all your hard choices pay off. When the big picture is finally revealed -- and suddenly, it all makes sense.
13 Reasons Moving Back In With Your Parents Is A Stellar Post-Grad Decision
2. And you can reconnect with old friends. Slash avoid eye contact with high school acquaintances. Now that you’re out in
Boomerang Kids & Student Loans
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.
This Depressing GIF Says A Lot About Our Student Debt Problem
In Maine, Minnesota, New Hampshire and Vermont, the share of 25-year-olds living at home had grown by 20 percentage points
10 Steps To Surviving Moving Back In With Your Parents
There are few shames more mildly embarrassing, moderately irritating, and sadly prevalent in today’s day and age than the
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The Top 10 Cities For Meeting Men Who Still Live With Their Parents
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Are you a smart, independent woman looking for a man to nurture, love, and treat like a son? Take a trip and explore these cities to find a man that will never grow up!
'You Are the Momma Now'
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I am a proud member of the sandwich generation. Sociologist Dorothy A. Miller coined the term in 1981 to classify people who care for their aging parent(s) while helping to support their own children.
The Four Harsh Truths That Everyone in My Generation Needs to Accept
Blogger, talk radio host, father of twins
It causes me actual, real pain when I run into young people afraid of risks -- afraid to strike out on their own because it "might not work out." Might not work out?
it won't "work out" at first. That's part of the fun. OK, maybe not fun, per se. But it's part of the adventure.
Pew Study: Why Adult Kids Still Live With Their Parents
Pew pins the inability of 36 percent of Millennials (ages 18 to 31) to launch into adulthood on the lingering jobless recovery
A Record 21.6 Million Millennials Living With Parents
The Economic Policy Institute has suggested millennials are entering the workforce during a "lost decade," with the average
NBC's 'How To Live With Your Parents' Based On Creator's Real-Life Story
Moving in with your parents may not be a high point but you can turn it into one. We talk to Claudia Lonow, whose personal experience is now the new show, "How To Live With Your Parents." Maybe living at home isn't so bad after all...
The Return to the Nest: A Few Words of Encouragement
Katherine Marie Priddy
Recent Grad, Ball State University
It may be nice to take a hot shower without a delightful utilities bill condemning my next month's groceries list to Ramen noodles and canned soup. Then again, when I hand Mom my laundry, I am handing her my independence, temporarily.
HOME & LIVING
How The 99% Lives: 'I'm 27 And Live At Home--And I'm OK With That'
I really wouldn't have it any other way. Aside from the obvious--as a student, I don't have much income outside of summer
Wealthy Young Adults More Likely Than Poorer Peers To Live At Home
The discrepancy is largely explained by the fact that young adults from poorer backgrounds tend to be financially independent
'Jeff, Who Lives At Home': Watching New Film With Someone Who Lives At Home
Has anyone ever asked you about this subject so directly before? No one has ever asked me about it. They've always just told
Watching 'Jeff, Who Lives At Home' With Barry, Who Lives At Home
America's Young Adults Flocking To These Seven Cities: Brookings
Certain cities have seen particularly notable jumps. Denver, for one, rose during the recession to become the city with the
Moving Back Home? How to Enjoy the Transition Back
Co-Partner of Little Swappies, an NYC-based kids' clothing, bo...
Moving back with the parental units isn't easy, but you can work together to make this temporary situation enjoyable. Here's how to come out of this experience stronger, wiser and perhaps even with some savings to your name.
Number Of Adult Americans Living With Their Parents Has Exploded (CHART)
Earlier this year, a study published in the journal Transitions to Adulthood titled "What's Going on with Young People Today
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