Bye-bye Boomerang: Austin Institute's own Senior Fellow Mark Regnerus was quoted in the August Edition of The Economist in an article about Boomerang Children; those who leave home for a while but then return in young adulthood.  A new study by the Pew Research Forum  estimates that 21.6 million young adults 18-31 or nearly 36% still live with their parents. While bad economic times coupled with 16% unemployment among emerging adults ages 18-24 contribute to this growing phenomenon, how to get young adults to move out and take on adult responsibilities remains a mystery and a growing concern to many, parents and social scientists alike.

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