The changing living arrangements of young adults in the UK.
journal contributionposted on 2018-12-19, 10:51 authored by Ann Berrington, Juliet StoneJuliet Stone, Jane Falkingham
Patterns of leaving the parental home and transitions to independent living, partnership and family formation in the UK are now far more protracted and diverse than they were in the recent past. Over the past twenty years there have been significant changes in the institutional and structural context within which young adults make these transitions. This article examines changes over the past twenty years in the living arrangements of young men and women aged 16 to 34 years and how the proportions living with their parents differ by geographical region, education and economic activity.
This research is funded by ESRC Grant number RES-625-28-0001. The Centre for Population Change is a joint initiative between the University of Southampton and a consortium of Scottish Universities in partnership with ONS and GROS.
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- Communication, Media, Social and Policy Studies
Published inPopulation trends
Pages27 - 37
CitationBERRINGTON, A., STONE, J. and FALKINGHAM, J., 2009. The changing living arrangements of young adults in the UK. Population trends, (138), pp. 27 - 37
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