This is quite remarkable.
There were 32 million adults living with their parents or grandparents in April, the highest number on record. Appears driven by both closure of college campuses & poor economic conditionshttps://t.co/AVhIZzjS1y pic.twitter.com/hF1cr7ARUY
— Catherine Rampell (@crampell) July 5, 2020
Obviously on the day that the U.S. passed 1% of its residents officially testing positive for COVID-19, which means 10-12% of people have probably had it, there are more important issues around the pandemic. But it really has thrown a huge wrench into the lives of young adults.