Three generations, one roof: US trend amplified in pandemic

Potomac (United States) (AFP) – After separating from her husband in 2007, Katie Marcoux and her two young daughters moved in with her parents for financial reasons. She expected to stay a year at most. Thirteen years later, Marcoux — now remarried — still lives in the house, along with her parents and one of her daughters.  Such arrangements are increasingly common in the US, where one in five people now live in a “multigenerational” household, according to Pew Research Center. The phenomenon has been on the rise since the 1980s, when immigrant families arriving from Asia and Latin America …

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