Millennials are increasingly living with parents

Paul Kershaw, a professor at UBC’s school of population and public health and Generation Squeeze spokesperson, was interviewed for a Huffington Post Canada article about why more millennials live with their parents.

“Hard work doesn’t pay off for young adults in the same way it did a generation ago,” Kershaw said.

Accelerating housing costs, lack of job opportunities and postponing marriage were listed as some of the main reasons why millennials are living at home longer.