How Do Millennials Differ From Older Generations in Their Family Lives?

Today’s family units are very different to those of previous years. Only 3 in 10 Millennials now live with a spouse and a child, compared to 40% of Gen-Xers and 46% of Boomers when they were the same age, finds a new a report from Pew Research Center using data from the US Census Bureau’s Current Population Survey. The report, which examines the nature of family life among 23-to-38-year-olds, finds some distinct differences between this much-discussed age-group and older generations.

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