Malta Ranks Fourth In The EU For Young Adults Still Living With Their Parents The Longest

 

Figures issued by Eurostat have revealed that young Maltese and Gozitan people are ranked fourth in the EU of those who continue living with their parents the longest.

 

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The data, which is based on the year of 2020, shows that on average in our country, men leave home at 31 whilst women leave home at the age of 29.

 

 

Meanwhile, Eurostat also revealed that the EU average is 27 for men and 25 for women. As for who stays home the longest, Croatians took the top spot wherein men leave home at 34, on average, whereas women do not leave until they are 31.

 

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On the other hand, the Swedes leave home at the youngest age, at 18 years old for both young men and women.

 

 

It is only in Slovakia and Italy that young adults continue living with their parents longer than in Malta.

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