CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Mom and Dad can say "so long" to the empty nest.
A new Pew Research Study found living with parents in the most common living arrangement for adults between 18-and-34.
In 2000, 43-percent of young adults were married or living with partner.
In 2014, that number d ropped to just over 31-percent.
Researchers say people are getting married later and incomes are d ropping, which means more adults are living with their parents.