Younger Irish, Germans Left Family Homes During Pandemic
(Bloomberg) -- The pandemic shifted living patterns across Europe, with young adults increasingly rethinking where to live. In Ireland, the share of 18-to-34 year olds residing in the family home dropped to 36% in 2020 from 54% in 2019, and Germany saw a drop to 30% from 42%. Yet in France and Portugal, the opposite happened, with the rate rising by about 6 points in each country.
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