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Should adult children be living at home into their 20s and 30s?

In its most recent research, the central statistics office reported that 458,874 Irish adults aged 18 or over were residing in their parents’ homes. This comes as a result of a range of circumstances, particularly the current cost of living crisis. But...

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07.45 1 Dec 2022


Should adult children be living at home into their 20s and 30s?


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In its most recent research, the central statistics office reported that 458,874 Irish adults aged 18 or over were residing in their parents’ homes.

This comes as a result of a range of circumstances, particularly the current cost of living crisis. But is it healthy for the young adult or for the parents?

Gill Hines, Education and Parenting Consultant and Author of “Later! A guide to parenting a young adult” joined Shane to discuss.


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