“Slacking Off”: Young Adults Living In Parents’ Basement Most Common For First Time Ever

by Mac Slavo

Moving into the basement or prolonging a stay in a childhood bedroom filled with outgrown toys and posters used to be a last resort for struggling 20-somethings, but now it is officially the most common situation for millennials and even those in the their early 30s.

These cold statistics reveal not only a brutal economy with few good job prospects, but a generation that is failing to branch out and start a new life on their own – a necessary phase of continuity in the human species.

All of this paints a grim future and a disappearing American Dream.

According to the Associated Press:

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