Why the pandemic is forcing millennials to move back home with their parents

The pandemic has accelerated a change in housing in the U.S. that began well before the spread of COVID-19. Millennials, adults between the ages of 24 and 39, continue to move back home with their parents in significant numbers. For some it’s by choice, but for many it’s a necessity. Special correspondent Catherine Rampell, who is a columnist for The Washington Post, has the story.

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