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#LIVING AT HOME

'People can’t wait any longer': Increase in young Irish people living with parents among highest in Europe
# No Place Like Home
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# No Place Like Home

'People can’t wait any longer': Increase in young Irish people living with parents among highest in Europe

Feb 19th 2020, 12:28 PM 28,856 Views 116 Comments

The share of young adults aged 25-29 living with their parents in Ireland has increased from 36.0% in 2007 to 47.2% in 2017.

'I've got my life back because of this' - Calls to support older people living in their own homes
# ALONE
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# ALONE

'I've got my life back because of this' - Calls to support older people living in their own homes

Jul 12th 2018, 11:54 AM 12,349 Views 11 Comments

Alone wants €84.5 million a year for 10 years.

13 things only people who lived at home in college will understand
# Mammy Dinners
# Mammy Dinners

13 things only people who lived at home in college will understand

Sep 17th 2016, 8:15 PM 13,876 Views 0 Comments

So many “When will you be home?” texts. So many.

Students could save almost €4k if they stay at home with mum and dad
# No Flying The Nest
From TheJournal.ie
# No Flying The Nest

Students could save almost €4k if they stay at home with mum and dad

Jul 31st 2014, 6:45 AM 9,412 Views 41 Comments

The DIT Cost of Living Guide says student living costs are over €8,000.

8 undeniable downsides to still living at home with your parents
# Coming In Drunk
# Coming In Drunk

8 undeniable downsides to still living at home with your parents

Jan 27th 2014, 1:09 PM 53,533 Views 54 Comments

As long as you live under my roof…

Column: It can be a crowded nest when you still live at home with your parents
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# Opinion

Column: It can be a crowded nest when you still live at home with your parents

Mar 31st 2013, 7:30 PM 1,072 Views 48 Comments

Due to ongoing economic problems the option of leaving the family home to start your own independent life is increasingly being put on the long finger, writes Tony Moore.