Of twenty-three Canadian cities, Toronto has the largest proportion of employed millennials living at home: 18.2 percent, compared with the national average of 10.2 per cent, with a 60/40 split between men and women.
The median salary for full-time workers is $41,200, while part-time workers earned $13,700. Those millennials who have left home earn $50,700 and $14,800 in median wages.
These millennials, compared to those of the same age who are not living at home, make less money, commute longer and are more likely to be male, unemployed or underemployed, new Canadians or the children of new Canadians.
Do you have millennials living at home? How old were you when you moved out of your parents’ home?