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Study: more young adults living at home than ever before
A record number of are living at home with their parents.
According to a new Pew Research Center study, 36 percent of 18-31 year-olds asked said they haven't left the nest.
That's up from 32 percent in 2007. It’s the highest percentage in four decades.
The study found that young men were more likely to hang at home than women.
A crucial factor in all this was declining employment. Last year, just 63 percent of young adults were employed.