More Than Half Of Gen Z Lives With Parents Under Soaring Inflation

Gen Z is remaining home longer than past generations under inflation and Covid.

  • A poll released Tuesday conducted by The Harris Poll and commissioned by DailyPay found 54% of Gen Zers ages 18-25 are living with their folks.
  • “Between COVID, inflation and a looming recession, Gen Z has kicked off adulthood in the most uncertain of times,” said Jeanniey Walden, chief innovation and marketing officer at DailyPay. “So it’s no surprise that many say current economic conditions are keeping them living at home and/or worrying about paying bills on time.”
  • Inflation continues at 8% after two years under the Biden administration.
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