This week we take a look at the share of young adults aged 18 to 34, living with their parents, in various EU countries as well as the United States, over the years. By @statistics_data_facts

This week we take a look at the share of young adults aged 18 to 34, living with their parents, in various EU countries as well as the United States, over the years. By @statistics_data_facts
Some interesting tidbits: Crisis-stricken Greece recorded a 19.9% raise from 2005 to 2019 and the United States a 19.4% one. As for Spain, the share of 18-34 year-olds who still live with their parents, rose 25.2% between 2010 and 2019.From 2005 to 2009, the United Kingdom saw a 36.4% rise in young adults living with their parents, that tapered off in the subsequent years only to rise again.Lastly, according to a recent article in Pew Research Center who tracks 18-29 year-olds in the US, the share of young adults living with their parents has now risen to levels not seen since the Great Depression, mainly attributed to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. If you want to explore the data yourselves, you can visit stadafac.com and click "READ MORE" on the relevant post. If you are looking for a way to help my channel that does not take very much time, one thing you can do is go to the link in bio (stadafa.com) and click "Participate in surveys" on the top. The surveys take 3 minute tops. Thank you!#statistics_data_facts #stats #dataisbeautiful #datavisualization #dataviz #interesting #instafacts #home #livingwithparents#youth #europe #spain #germany #sweden #italy #greece #usa #uk #family #unemployment #studies #dataviz #infographics #datavisualization #interesting #cool #instafacts #woah #picoftheday #amazing #factoftheday

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