Carey Nieuwhof 0 Comments. I have something like 1, contacts in my phone. No doubt, 1, is a crazy number. You might have double that, or half that. Not deeply.
Majority of Americans Say Parents Are Doing Too Much for Their Young Adult Children
52% of young adults in US are living with their parents amid COVID | Pew Research Center
You probably talk to your friends way more than you talk to your parents. That's natural, even if you and your parents have a great relationship. Still, it's good to have a parent's help, advice, and support. You can get support from other adults in your life, too. Maybe there's a teacher, mentor, or coach you like to talk with. At first, it might seem awkward to open up, especially when talking about some subjects. Or it might feel harder if it's been a while since you had a good heart-to-heart.
These adults moved back in with their parents during the pandemic. But did they regret it?
Jeffrey Arnett does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment. From my perspective, the real story here is less alarming than you might think. Even 30 years ago, adulthood — typically marked by a stable job, a long-term partnership and financial independence — was coming later than it had in the past. Yes, a lot of emerging adults are now living with their parents. But this is part of a larger, longer trend, with the percentage going up only modestly since COVID hit.
The coronavirus outbreak has pushed millions of Americans, especially young adults, to move in with family members. The share of to year-olds living with their parents has become a majority since U. The number living with parents grew to The number and share of young adults living with their parents grew across the board for all major racial and ethnic groups, men and women, and metropolitan and rural residents, as well as in all four main census regions. Growth was sharpest for the youngest adults ages 18 to 24 and for White young adults.