Domestic Society
12:34 6 July 2024
Post by: WBJ

One in Three Young Poles Still Live with Parents, Reports Show

One in Three Young Poles Still Live with Parents, Reports Show
Paweł Murawski, source: Newseria

Recent data from the Central Statistical Office (GUS) reveal that one-third of Poles aged 25-34, known as "nesters," still live with their parents. This demographic, comprising 1.7 million individuals, is predominantly male and more common in less populated areas.

“Nesters are individuals without children, spouses, or past divorces, primarily residing in rural areas with low population density,” Paweł Murawski, a GUS consultant, explained.

Despite this trend, the number of nesters has slightly decreased from 36 percent in 2018 to 33 percent in 2022. The phenomenon is influenced by cultural, economic, and social factors, with a higher occurrence in southern Europe. In contrast, northern European countries see a lower prevalence, with young adults leaving home earlier.

(Newseria

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