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Recession Prompts More Adults to Move in with Parents

World Journal, Posted: Apr 14, 2009

LOS ANGELES Affected by the economic crisis, many college graduates this summer will move back to their parents house, the World Journal reports. The newspaper profiled several graduates, including Chen from UCLA law school, Sun from UC Berkeley, and Su from Pasadena Community College. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, since last year, 19.9 million adults between 18 to 34 years old have moved back in with their parents, an increase of 2.1 million compared to five years ago.


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