Betty Kao and her daughter Kathy are living together for the first time in 10 years because of the pandemic. | Courtesy of Stephen Pao
52 percent of US adults under 30 are now living at home, many because of Covid-19. Here’s how it’s going for one family.
Earlier this year, Kathy Pao, 28, was living in Washington, DC, with two roommates in a townhouse and working as a management analyst for the federal government. Then Covid-19 hit and her roommates moved home to California: one permanently, and the other for long periods, to stay with family. Not wanting to live alone, Kathy decided to do what more than half of 18- to 29-year-olds have already done: move back in
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