Which countries young people live later with their parents?


A cultural issue which also reflects the economic condition of a country, large disparities exist in Europe about the ability of young people to leave home ...

It is thus well known that in cultures of southern Europe, the Mediterranean, young people tend to drag more with their parents, while in the Nordic cultures, these same young people join good more massively self home.

These are cultural issues and different customs, but also an indicator of the economic condition of a country: we see no surprises that the most affected countries by the crisis also have a high rate of young people still living with their parents ...

-The ranking of European countries, indicating the percentage of young people aged 25 to 34 still live with their parents

  1. Slovakia 56.6%
  2. Bulgaria 52.8%
  3. Greece 51.6%
  4. Malta 48.9%
  5. Italy 46.6%
  6. Portugal 44.5%
  7. Romania 44.4%
  8. Slovenia 43.5%
  9. Poland 43.4%
  10. Hungary 43%
  11. Spain 37.2%
  12. Latvia 34.5%
  13. Czech Republic 33.7%
  14. Lithuania 33.5%
  15. Cyprus 30.4%
  16. Luxembourg 24.1%
  17. Ireland 22.6%
  18. Austria 21.8%
  19. Estonia 20.2%
  20. Germany 17.3%
  21. Belgium 16.1%
  22. UK 14.4%
  23. Switzerland 14.4%
  24. France 11.5%
  25. Iceland 11.2%
  26. Netherlands 10.6%
  27. Norway 4.2%
  28. Sweden 4.1%
  29. Finland 4%
  30. Denmark 1.8%

    (source: quarz.com )


    The first eternal of the European class, the Scandinavian countries, have by far the lowest proportions, while the young French is not bad draw when it comes to live from his side. Greeks and Italians seem to reinforce their reputation, while several Eastern countries make up the top rankings.

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