Moving in with your parents has undergone a renaissance. Most people no longer automatically associate living at home with unemployment and sitting on a couch in the basement playing video games. Most people understand that, sometimes, it's a logical and smart move.
So it makes sense that, according to a new report from Pew Research Center, more millennials are living with their parents in the United States today than at the height of the Great Recession's impact in 2010. In other words, it's becoming increasingly common for 20-somethings to move back home, and it's not because they don't have jobs.