Spaniards leave parental homes 11 years behind youngest in Europe
Written by on May 14, 2019
The age that young Spaniards leave their parental home is 11 years later than the youngest across Europe. That is the findings released yesterday by a European study into how long children live with their parents.
The average age that a Spanish young adult leaves home now stands at 29 years old, the sixth highest in the EU.
Croatia has the oldest age, of around 30, whilst Swedes leave home on average at 18. In comparison, the average age in the UK is just under 25.
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