Millennials Won't Leave the Nest-Colorado 23.5%.
Nearly a third of all U.S. millennials still live with their parents. But in some states, the trend is particularly paramount.
New research from State line, using 2014 Census Bureau data, offers a close look at which states have the greatest percentage of millennials still living at home.
According to their research, young adults in New Jersey may be having the toughest time moving out of their parents’ home. The state has the highest percentage of millennials who still live with their parents at 44 percent of its millennial population.
Here are the states that have the highest percentage of millennials still living at home:
New Jersey: 43.9%
New York: 37.4%