Aus dem Wiki-Artikel in #27 :
Boomerang Generation is a term applied in Western culture to young adults graduating high school and college in the 21st century. They are so named for the percentage of whom choose to share a home with their parents after previously living on their own—thus boomeranging back to their parents' residence. This arrangement can take many forms, ranging from situations that mirror the high dependency of pre-adulthood to highly independent, separate-household arrangements.
The term can be used to indicate only those members of this age-set that actually do return home, not the whole generation. In as much as home-leaving practices differ by economic class, the term is most meaningfully applied to members of the middle class. ...
... und dem ebenfalls dort verlinkten BBC-Artikel :
Adult kids 'fail to leave home'
A couple looking at property details in an estate agent's window
Some young adults cannot leave home due to high property prices
One in four parents say they have adult children who are still living at home, BBC research has shown.
A survey for BBC2's Money Programme found that debts and high property prices often force offspring to live at home into their twenties and thirties.
The study suggests one in seven parents with adult children have remortgaged or taken out a loan in an attempt to help.
In addition, a quarter of parents whose adult children are still at home said they were keen for them to move out.
Student debts and the difficulty in getting a foothold on the housing ladder are often blamed for offspring being unable to leave home.
The report suggests that the drain on finances created by grown-up children is a financial burden that exacerbates the difficulties posed by longer life expectancies. ...