New research: Boomerang adult kids in parental homes

May 06, 2013

Bowling Green State University’s National Center for Family and Marriage Research has a new research brief called "Young Adults in the Parental Home and the Great Recession."

The profile uses 2006 and 2011 American Community Survey one-year estimates to examine the unemployment rate and subsequent median earnings of young adults in the labor force pre- and post- The Great Recession. It also compares young adults co-residing with at least one parent with those who are living independently, and provides insights into motivations for co-residing with parents.

Find it at the link below.