The 2014 breakdown of young adults' living arrangements, according to Pew, were as follows:
- 32.1% living with parents
- 31.6% living with spouse/partner
- 22% living in miscellaneous arrangements, such as with grandparents, siblings, or in a college dormitory
- 14% living alone (or as a single parent) or with roommates.
The overall trend is largely driven by men. By a margin of 35-28%, men in 2014 were more likely to live with parents than with a spouse/partner. In women, living in a marital/cohabiting relationship still exceeded residing with parents (35-29%).
Also, college-educated individuals are an exception to the trend. Young adults with a bachelor's degree were far more likely to be married or cohabiting (46%) than living with parents (19%). The 46% of college grads married or cohabiting in 2014, however, is a come-down from previous decades; in 1960, approximately 70% of college grads were married or cohabiting (mostly married, in all probability).
(Thanks to AZ for originally posting the link on Facebook.)