reader survey: Adult children living at home, a pro or a con?

It’s becoming more common for adult children to live with their parents in the U.S., a relatively normal generational living arrangement found in European countries. 
According to a 2023 Harris Poll for Bloomberg, roughly 45% of individuals ages 18 to 29 live with their families – a figure that hasn’t been seen since the 1940s.
Do you think living at home in one’s 20s is okay? Or is it a sign of  being unsuccessful?
Share your thoughts at or use the QR code by Sunday, Jan. 14, at 5 p.m.
And if you live at home with your parents, or you have adult children at home, tell us about your experience. 
And look for Emma Slaven’s DI News report on Gen Zers on pages 14-15 of this edition of the paper.

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