Return to an older way of living
A recent study by Pew Research finds that more families are living together now due in part to financial pressures of the recession and lifestyle of immigrants. This trend toward the multi-generation household also reflects our acceptance of boomerang children returning home for parental support.
- Paul Taylor: Executive vice president of Pew Research Center.
- Russell Ward: Professor of sociology at SUNY Albany.
- Steven Ruggles: Professor of history and director of the Minnesota Population Center at University of Minnesota.