In some countries around the world, a shockingly high proportion of young people still live at home with their parents. The trend is most noticeable in countries badly impacted by the global financial crisis and it’s particularly pronounced in Italy, Greece and Spain. According to an OECD report, just over 8 out of every 10 Italians aged between 15 and 29 years-old still lived at home with their parents in 2014.
76 per cent of Greek youth also lived at home that year, along with 74 per cent of young people in Spain. Even though the United States is better off than those nations, plenty of its younger citizens (67 per cent) still live with their parents. North of the border, young Canadians tend to pack up and leave home earlier than their American neighbours. Only 31 per cent of Canadians aged 15-29 years-old still live with their parents, according to the OECD.
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