A stalled economy and a posh home life is keeping adult children in their parents' homes. And the parents want them out.
Says the piece:
A government report from 2005 showed 71.5 percent of men aged 25 to 29 were unmarried, compared with 47.1 percent in 1990. For women, 32 percent from 30 to 34 years of age were single, compared with half that number in 1990.
Parents got fed up and began asking a matchmaker to arrange events for them to discuss issues, such as the women in their 40s (Yes, the children. Still living at home.) who expected potential husbands to provide the same lifestyle that they enjoyed out of their father's pay check. Before they knew it the get-togethers morphed into a singles scene minus the singles. Single by proxy, perhaps?
It's a tough call. I sympathize with the parents, but is dumping the kids into someone else's hands the solution? I say kick them out, even if they don't have a significant other to support them!