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At What Age Did You Move Out of Family Home?

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How Old Were You When You Moved Out?

17 or less 5 6.67%
 
18-19 14 18.67%
 
20-21 12 16.00%
 
22-23 9 12.00%
 
24-25 7 9.33%
 
26-27 2 2.67%
 
28-29 4 5.33%
 
30+ 1 1.33%
 
Still Live At Home Under 30 17 22.67%
 
Still Live At Home Over 30 4 5.33%
 
Total:75

When did you permanently leave your parents and/or house you grew up in and live independently. University does not count if you moved back home afterwards. Living with a roommate counts. How old were you?



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24.  It was an adjustment at first, but totally worth it in the end.



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What I am now plus 1.

Should be moving out when I'm 23.



17 on the dot.



 

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20. Still live with my mother and I hope I never go away from her. Life would crush me =( Plus, she's the coolest person I know.

However, and realistically, I'd like to go next year if I can find a decent place that doesn't cost too much.



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I was 21. I also lived away from home for university starting at age 18, but generally moved back home during the summers.



I haven't moved out completely at 25. My mother rents a house and often needs help with the bills, in return if I need help with a massive deposit that some companies demand, she or other family members help. We also have quite a few vehicles but she owns none of them, recently my car was unable to drive at high speeds so I borrowed my brothers car while she used mine until I could get it fixed.

So what I consider your thread is asking is financial independence. But neither of us are independent, thus I consider us as more roommates than anything, even if I live completely alone for 8 months out of 12 and could easily stay for all 12 out of 12 like my brother did. And all of that is not considering other factors, that I won't get into.



I still live with my parents.



Kinda 18, when I went to college and lived in the dorms, though my permanent address was still with my parents, and I would come back during holidays and summer break.

I moved for real when I was 23, once I got my first full-time job after college. Nothing against my parents...but it was a necessity for me given how remote they were.



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