Generation of Young Adults Living with Their Parents in European Union Countries
Agnieszka Sompolska-Rzechuła () and
Agnieszka Kurdyś-Kujawska ()
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Agnieszka Sompolska-Rzechuła: Department of Applied Mathematics in Economics, Faculty of Economics, West Pomerania University of Technology Szczecin, Janickiego 31, 71-270 Szczecin, Poland
Agnieszka Kurdyś-Kujawska: Department of Finance, Faculty of Economics, Koszalin University of Technology, Kwiatkowskiego 6e, 75-343 Koszalin, Poland
Sustainability, 2022, vol. 14, issue 7, 1-27
Young adult Europeans today find it more and more difficult to leave their native nest. The article examines the changes in the percentage of nesters over time, considering their gender, age, and the form of professional activity and employment status. The article also measures the phenomenon of nesting using the linear ordering of countries. Eurostat data were used in the work. The period of the study covers the years 2011–2019, while the spatial scope relates to the 28 countries of the European Union. The results show that more and more young adults live with their parents, and the percentage of nesters varies across Europe. Young adults living with their parents are people with a different employment status and professional activity. Those are employed persons working full-time, employed persons working part-time, unemployed persons, students, employees with a permanent job, employees with a temporary job and other persons outside the labor force. We prove that the problem of nesting between European countries was varied. It is noticeable that this phenomenon is intensifying, especially among the unemployed and those without permanent employment.
Keywords: young adults living with parents; dynamic approach; professional activity and employment status (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: O13 Q Q0 Q2 Q3 Q5 Q56 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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