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OECD: Two Thirds Of Young American Adults Now Live With Their Parents

``Without job and income security, the OECD report authors warn, young adults could postpone reaching traditional markers of adulthood. Poor economic prospects could begin to affect health, fertility, crime and even "social cohesion."''
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