I'm a millennial that's truly stuck in my parent's basement. I've heard from multiple Uber and Lyft drivers that more and more college graduates are also moving back home because they're starting to run out of money from (half) independence (because they're stuck in student loan college debt). Most millennial college graduates are only half independent because they're stuck roommating it until they either need 5-10 more roommates just to survive, or they run out of money and have to move back home. I dropped out of college (going back for a better program), and I'm doing the simple mathematics, which is saying that most likely, I will still never own my own property, whether I'm renting or buying an apartment or whatever. More and more people are moving back home with their parents (which is hindering independent living with or without college), and I'm seeing that this is the new norm. Are any of you in a similar situation (that's my question)?