A record 3.3 million Britons aged between 20 and 34 are living with their parents, according to official statistics released today.
This is mainly because there's been a hefty rise in the number of 20-24 year olds who are still at home.
Who's affected? Well, young men are way more likely to be stuck at home listening to their Dad's anecdotes.
You're 50 per cent more likely to live with your parents in Northern Ireland than London.
So why are people stuck with their parents?
Well the lack of affordable housing is a barrier to young people buying their own place to live.
And in some more socially conservative parts of the UK – such as Northern Ireland – young people are happier to stay with their parents while they work and try and try to find a partner.