Word on the Street: Millennials not leaving home

Word on the Street: Millennials not leaving home

Word on the Street: Millennials not leaving home (7/30/15)

BROOKLYN - A new study has found that more young people are not moving out of their parents' homes.  

The Pew Research Center finds that millennials, who are defined as people between 18 and 34, are choosing to stay home with their parents rather than moving out on their own. The study also showed that young people were hit the hardest by the last recession, which could be the reason for their apprehension to leave their parents.

News 12 Brooklyn hit the streets to ask viewers what they thought about the new study.

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