This data reflects the number of young adults aged living in the home of one or more parents, including those who pay rent. Children living in their parental home with a spouse or unmarried partner are not counted, nor are those living in the home of other adult relatives or non-relative caretakers. Nov 14, · Age and Sex Business and Economy Education Emergency Management Employment Families and Living Arrangements Geographic Mobility / Migration Living Arrangements of Adults Ages [Adults Ages [.
Jun 08, · (Other census data suggest that the share of to year-olds living with their parents continued to rise into ) Despite the popular image of college-educated adults moving back into the family nest after graduation, young adults with at least a bachelor’s degree are the least likely to live with their parents (19% did in ).Author: Drew Desilver. rural America. The young white adults aged 25 to 34 years have a higher death rate in the early adulthood due to drug overdose related deaths. The death rates for this age group increased five times the level of in while that of 35 to 44 years old whites tripled in the same period. Additionally, the uneducated middle-aged Americans in rural areas are the most affected with increased.
The estimated population of the U.S. was approximately million in , and the largest age group was adults aged 25 to There were twelve million males in this age category and around Oct 26, · Adults ages 19 to 34 had the highest uninsured rates of any age group in the United States, according to the American Community Survey (ACS). People in this age group had an average uninsured rate of % compared to % for those under 19, % for adults ages 35 to 64, and % for individuals 65 and older in