Statistic Canada finds half of rural 20-somethings still live with mom and dad.
If it seems more twentysomethings are living with mom and dad, it's true.
As of 2011, Statistics Canada reports 42 per cent of those between 20 and 29 lived with their parents.
That compares to 27 per cent in 1981.
Officials with the country's data agency cite numerous reasons, including the high cost of education, economic uncertainty, and difficulty finding work.
Rural Canada leads the pack for young adults living with their parents, with 50.4 per cent still at home.
Half of those with a high school diploma are still with mom and dad, compared to 36 % with a university degree.
50.7 per cent of Ontario twenty something's . still living with their parents.