Are more young adults moving back in with Mom and Dad?

Data analysis shows that multigenerational housing is a post-recession trend
  • Pew analysis of Census data shows young adults moving back in with parents and other housing trends.
  • The trend is more prevalent in non-white households and among women than men.

In 2016, is it still socially embarrassing to be (or have) an adult child living with parents? Or roommates? Some new information released this week by Pew Research Center indicates that multigenerational households are more prevalent than we thought — “A record 60.6 million Americans live in multigenerational households,” reads the headline.