Why I think we are living in a post-modern era
The most recent study from the Urban Design Research Institute, an independent, non-profit, noncommercial organization, found that the number of Americans who feel comfortable spending $600 per month for a home is increasing every year.
The study said that this is due to more and more Americans opting for a more affordable home, as more Americans choose to live in smaller, shared homes.
The trend is seen in many parts of the country, with a majority of residents in California opting to live with one person in the house.
The researchers said the study is part of an ongoing trend in the U.S. towards greater mobility, which includes more people choosing to live together, and living closer together.
“A house is a big piece of the puzzle for a lot of people in the United States,” said Richard C. Hines, the institute’s president.
“In a way, this is a postmodern era.
This is just the latest in a long line of studies that have found that Americans are moving out of their homes at an alarming rate. “
We think this is going to be a really good thing for the American people.”
This is just the latest in a long line of studies that have found that Americans are moving out of their homes at an alarming rate.
In 2016, the Pew Research Center found that nearly 1 in 3 Americans are living with a roommate or roommates, which is the highest percentage of Americans in nearly a century.
The percentage of adults living with their parents, siblings or a spouse has doubled in the last two decades, from 5 percent in 1966 to 17 percent in 2016.
The U.K. has also seen a significant increase in the number and number of young adults moving out.
In a report released last year, the University of Cambridge’s Institute for Policy Studies said young people are living longer in the UK than in most other developed nations.
That study also found that millennials are faring better in terms of financial security and education than older generations.
It also noted that young people in both countries are more likely to be married and live with parents than older millennials.