The New Boomerang Kids Could Change American Views of Living at Home

The Atlantic, July 3, 2020–Joe Pinsker
For the most part, the pandemic has restricted motion in America. But one exception has been a large-scale nationwide reshuffling of humans between homes. Before the coronavirus came to the United States, many of the country’s young adults were working, studying, and building lives on their own. Now a great deal of them are back to living with their parents.