Salt Lake City, Utah — The number of young adults moving back in with their parents in Utah is growing.
According to the survey conducted by isoldmyhouse.com, 3,500 people were interviewed in August this year. The survey revealed that 27% of young adults in Utah have moved back in with their parents in the past year.
According to the survey, the definition of “young adults” is persons between the ages of 18-35.
The reason behind the mass migration back home, according to the survey results: pandemic-related job losses and high home prices.
The national average of young adults moving back home with mom and dad is 36%. Nevada has seen a whopping 67% of young adults move back in with parents in the past year, Arizona shows 44%, New Mexico shows 61%, Wyoming 33%, Idaho 52%, and Colorado with 21%.