From the LA Times:
Despite an improving economy, many young adults struggling to get decent-paying jobs are increasingly seeking refuge at their parents’ homes.
Employment hasn’t rebounded among Americans ages 18 to 31, the generation generally known as millennials. Marriage also has been pushed off. And what jobs are available often are lower-paying retail, fast-food and other service jobs.
“When my parents were my age, they had their own place already, and they came from Mexico,” said Patricia Guerra, 24, who lives with her parents in Ontario.
“I’m a U.S. citizen with a college degree — and it’s really hard for me to achieve that for myself at this point,” she said.
Whoa, back up there. What’s this “improving economy,” you mention, kemosabe?