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'Nobody wants to move back in with their parents': COVID-19 recession is forcing grown kids to move home, again

USATODAY.com Thursday, 24 September 2020
'Nobody wants to move back in with their parents': COVID-19 recession is forcing grown kids to move home, againThe pandemic is putting pressure on many families, including those with grown kids. One in five has had their adult child move back home with them.
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