Article preview: One feature of the Covid-19 pandemic is a mass return to living at home with parents. We’ve heard in the news this week about a plan for English University students to return home safely for Christmas, during a restricted travel window, and with rapid coronavirus testing to ensure they don’t spread the virus. But for many young adults, living at home with their parents is for much more than Christmas. New research shows that, since the start of the year, 35% of grown-up children have returned to the family home.
Boomerang children are costing their parents a lot of money
This 548-word blog post looks at new research from Canada Life about the number of young adults returning to the family home this year, along with the financial and other impacts of these boomerang children. Written on 12th November 2020.
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