The Nation Where the Most Under-35s Live With Their Parents

Buffeted by the European Union’s slow-moving economy, many young people save money by still living with their parents. That’s the case for 78 percent of Croatian men aged 18 to 34. Young Finnish women are the most eager to break loose, with only 14 percent still living with their parents.

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