Housing: these adults forced to return to live with their parents

Housing: these adults forced to return to live with their parents

With the crisis and the precariousness, some adults or even entire families, are forced to return to live with their parents.

Housing: these adults forced to return to live with their parents

At 35, Carole had to return to live with her parents. Separated from her companion, with her minimum wage, she cannot pay the rent on her own. A classic situation for this generation of thirties whose standard of living is lower than that of their parents. His father was a worker and his mother a nurse. Even modest, they had no trouble paying their rent.

Another era

When Carole leaves for work, it is her older brother Julien who occupies the space. Team leader in mass distribution, Julien will never have the quality of life of his parents. The 37-year-old man also believes that seen “the price of real estate“, He will never be able to have a house with a swimming pool. His father recalls having known “full employment”And a golden era. Today it is always the grandparents who invite, and who help in the event of a hard blow.