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View Poll Results: Do you live alone or with your family?
I live alone 4 33.33%
I share accommodation with (a )roommate/(s) 1 8.33%
I live with my parents 1 8.33%
I live with my grandparents 0 0%
I live with my partner/spouse 6 50.00%
Single parent 0 0%
Other (specify) 0 0%
Voters: 12. You may not vote on this poll

Living Alone vs. With Family

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I live with my partner.

My thoughts on living with parents, it's ok, only as long as everyone shares some chores and costs.

Some teenagers treat it as if it were a hotel and their parents the slaves. It's disrespectful.
I've seen some documentaries about British teenagers, who drop out of school, have no job and expect their parents to fund their lifestyle. Shocking.
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Student Debt Prompts Many Young Adult Americans to Move Back Home, Survey Finds

26 percent of Millennials in college say they plan on moving back home once they earn their degree to help save to pay off student loans, according to TD Ameritrade's Young Money Survey. The burden of college debt continues to weigh on the finances and life choices of young people between the ages of 20 and 26, according to the new survey set for release Thursday, with 32 percent saying they owe anywhere from $10,000 to more than $50,000 on student loans. The average student loan balance was $10,205, but was even higher ($11,475) for those still in school ... Owing all that money is forcing cash-strapped individuals to move back home, continuing a trend that has been going on for years.
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Young Adult Americans Now More Likely to Live With Parents Than Partners

For the first time in modern history, more 18-to-34-year-olds live with their parents than in any other living arrangement, according to a Pew Research Center report ... In 2014, nearly one-third of young adults lived in their parents’ home, a bigger group than those living with a spouse or romantic partner, living alone or with roommates, or living as single parents ... Since 1880, when the Census Bureau started keeping track, the most common arrangement for young people had been to live with a spouse or a significant other. That peaked in 1960, at 62 percent ... A big reason is a decline in economic opportunities. As the cost of living has escalated and wages have stagnated, mounting student debt and rising home prices create obstacles to cohabitation and marriage.
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