Bulgarians Most Likely to Live at Home into Their 30s in EU
Bulgarian young people are among the most likely to live at home with their parents well into their 20s and even their 30s, according to a EU-wide survey.
Bulgaria is ranked second in the EU on the percentage of men aged 25 to 34 living with their parents, show the figures, cited in the Belgian media.
A total of 52.8% of the young Bulgarian men lived with their parents last year, this number is higher only in Slovakia (56.6%), Greece ranks third with 51.6%.
The lowest numbers have been registered in Denmark (1.8%), Sweden (4.1%) and Finland (4%).
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