Different countries have their own traditions.
Sooner or later most young people have to leave home and start independent life. Often this is due to start school or work, raising a family. But not always and everywhere so easy as it seems.
We decided to find out how yesterday’s children growing up in different parts of the globe.
In Greece, 30-year-old young people who live under the same roof with their parents, are not uncommon. Sociologists believe that the Greek youth used to live on all ready and afraid of difficulties. Not without economic difficulties. For example, in Thessaloniki and Athens rent and utilities are often comparable to a salary.
According to statistics, more than half of young Italians from 18 to 34 years living under the same roof with their parents, even if they have a job. Not weaken ties with family, even when young people start to live separately, especially the relationship of mothers and sons. The problem of “Mama’s boy” in Italy even trying to solve at the government level.
High housing prices and difficulties in finding good jobs affect this situation. But it is far not last role plays and the fact that most young people comfortable this situation, and the parents try to motivate children to live at home, including financially.
Many young people in Israel right after high school go into the army. Service they complete in about 21 years. To return home after the army for them is a rarity. If there are cases that someone who lives with their parents, often this is a temporary situation, for example to save up for school.
Many parents even help their children pay for the apartments that young people take a company of 3-4 people. The parents do not exert pressure on the decisions of the child.
A large number of young people in Egypt, after 18 years of striving to live separately from their parents, to marry. These plans largely prevent financial difficulties and traditions. After all that the man could marry, he needs to have a good salary to buy an apartment and furniture, to pay a ransom to give jewelry.
But, according to statistics, every 4th resident of Cairo marriageable age remained unmarried and lives with his parents. The economic crisis and problems with housing forced many Egyptians to stay in the parental home.
University graduates, even if you get a job, continue to live with their parents. And so on until 40 years in the Philippines that will surprise nobody. Not uncommon when you live under the same roof several families of relatives even aunts and uncles. Usually the groom brings the bride to his parental home. This is due to the cultural tradition of strong family ties and that, living with parents, people can not pay for housing.
More than half of the youth in Russia to 24 years living with parents. A large percentage of young Russians from the countryside begins to live separately from 18 to 21 years. This is usually associated with the beginning of professional education. Many live in a Dorm or rent an apartment with friends.
The majority of Russians begins to work in his student years, about 21 years old. During training, the parents often support them financially, such as paying tuition.
In the US it is not accepted to stay permanently in his old home. Right after school, at 18 years, many are leaving to go to University or College. After graduation, some returned to live with their parents, but in society it is perceived not very good. It is believed that after 25 years of living with his parents in any case is unacceptable.
In the UK since the beginning of the study at the University decided to move out from their parents. Of course, there are different circumstances: young boys and girls unable to remain with family if, for example, they have a large house. But for 24 years the majority of young people living separately, though not always, this implies their full financial autonomy.
Most French people leave the parental home immediately after school (18 years). An exception are not even Parisians: to get the desired specialty, they can easily leave the capital, because there are good universities all over the country. They live in hostels or rent apartments with friends. Parents keep a distance and almost do not interfere in the lives of adult children.
The majority of Germans believes that up to 25 years, children have resettled from their parents, to remove their own housing and provide for themselves all necessary.
More than half of young people in Germany to 24 years living with parents, among girls — every 3rd. But at some point they do leave the parental nest: the statistics show that after 40 years, only 4% of men and only 1% of women in Germany continue to live with their parents.
After high school (about 18 years), young Swedes leave the parents ‘ house and rented his own apartment. They often live in the same city with parents and relationship with them is terminated. So they decided to learn self-reliance: to farm, to pay the bills.
Young people who are detained under the same roof with their parents, in the country contemptuously called “Mambo,” which roughly means “the waterboy”.
Children moving out of parents with University or after the wedding. The young family always tries to live separately and independently provide for themselves. Of course, there are exceptions, when for some reason children live with their parents, but it is very rare.
Free higher education is virtually absent in Japan, the scholarship also does not cover all expenses. Therefore, most of students earns. On the day the student can earn from $ 40 to $ 80.
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