Special Report

States Where the Most People Still Live With Their Parents

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30. Ohio
> 18-34 yr. old population living with parent(s), 2017: 30.5%
> 18-34 yr. old population living with parent(s), 2006: 29.5% (19th highest)
> Cost of living: 11.1% lower than avg.
> Median age at first marriage: 28.8 (25th highest)
> Annual unemployment rate: 4.3% (9th highest – tied)

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29. Tennessee
> 18-34 yr. old population living with parent(s), 2017: 30.8%
> 18-34 yr. old population living with parent(s), 2006: 26.2% (23rd lowest)
> Cost of living: 9.6% lower than avg.
> Median age at first marriage: 27.7 (11th lowest)
> Annual unemployment rate: 3.2% (13th lowest – tied)

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28. Nevada
> 18-34 yr. old population living with parent(s), 2017: 31.6%
> 18-34 yr. old population living with parent(s), 2006: 19.8% (4th lowest)
> Cost of living: 2.4% lower than avg.
> Median age at first marriage: 28.6 (24th lowest)
> Annual unemployment rate: 4.0% (12th highest – tied)

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27. Vermont
> 18-34 yr. old population living with parent(s), 2017: 31.8%
> 18-34 yr. old population living with parent(s), 2006: 29.5% (20th highest)
> Cost of living: 2.5% higher than avg.
> Median age at first marriage: 29.3 (13th highest)
> Annual unemployment rate: 2.2% (the lowest)

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26. North Carolina
> 18-34 yr. old population living with parent(s), 2017: 31.9%
> 18-34 yr. old population living with parent(s), 2006: 23.8% (14th lowest)
> Cost of living: 8.7% lower than avg.
> Median age at first marriage: 28.3 (21st lowest)
> Annual unemployment rate: 4.0% (12th highest – tied)

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