This Map Shows The Percentage Of Adults Still Living With Their Parents Across Europe

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Young people are living at home longer and longer these days, but did you ever wonder if Ireland is worse for it than our European neighbours? 

If so, here's your chance to find out.

Europe Living With Parents

The above map was created by reddit user Bezbojniculwho used figures from the US Census Bureau and Eurostat, and posted on

As you can see above, the European country with the highest percentage of young people aged 25-34 still living at home is Slovakia (56.6%), while the lowest is Finland (4%).

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