Giovedì, 18 Ottobre 2018

Crisis means Italians continue to live with parents longer


(ANSA) - Rome, September 19 - The economic crisis in Italy
is strengthening family ties and the long-standing tradition of
adults who choose to live at home with their parents after their
20s, says a report published by Italian farmers' association
Coldiretti and socio-economic research group Censis.
The study "Crisis: Live Together, Live Better," reports
that 31% of all Italians live with their mothers and 42.3% live
no further than 30 minutes away.
More than half of Italians (54%) choose to live no further
than a half-hour walk from close relatives.
For the 18-to-29-year-old age group, 60.7% of Italians
live with their mothers and 26.4% live less than 30 minutes
away, while 30-to-45-year olds count 25.3% cohabiting and 42.5%
living nearby.
The numbers drop for adults between 45 and 64 to 11.8%
cohabiting, but 58.5% still live within 30 minutes of their
"The Italian family structure in general is positive in
the face of the difficulties faced by many during the crisis,"
President of Coldiretti Sergio Marini said in the report.

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