Cleaning bills could rise as adult kids return home
Category: Domestic Cleaning
According to a survey conducted by the Pew Research Centre, more than one in ten parents with grown up children say that least one of their adult sons or daughters has moved back home in the past year after living away.
The report said the recession and rising money worries has led to a surge of "boomerangers" particularly within the ages of 18 and 34.
And with the headcount of households increasing and homes becoming more congested, homeowners could notice an increased need for house cleaning services.
Overall, around 11 per cent of adults aged 18 and over live with their parents at home, with four per cent saying they were forced to move back in with their parents because of increased money problems.
About 70 per cent of grown children who live with their parents are younger than 30 and around half work full-time or part-time. With many adult children busy with work, there may be less time to deal with essential chores around the home.
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