66% of Croats Under 30 Living With Parents
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More and more young Croatians under the age of 30 are living at home with their parents, according to a European social status survey by Eurofound..
In Croatia 66 out of every 100 up to the age of 30, which is around 355,000 out of 538,000, are living at home with their parents, putting Croatia in 22nd place out of the 28 EU member states. EU nations which have a larger amount of under 30’s living under their parents roof include, Slovenia, Slovakia, Cyprus, Italy and Malta. The last time similar research was carried out was in 2007, when 62 out of every 100 under 30 still lived at home with their parents, meaning growth of 4% in the last 7 years. EU stats show 48 out of every 100 under 30 live with their parents in the EU, up also 4% from 2007.
Females between the age of 25 and 29 accounted for the largest group of Croatians under 30 still with their parents.