Young Poles leave their parents’ houses later compared to the European average, according to a report published by the Statistical Office in Zielona Góra, citing Eurostat sources.
On average, Poles make a decision to live independently at the age of 29. Young people start living on their own the fastest in northern Europe, in particular, in Sweden (19), Finland (21.2), and Denmark (21.3).
When it comes to professional activity for people aged 15-24, in Poland the rate is 31% compared to the EU of 39.3%. The research was prepared for the International Youth Day celebrated on August 12.