Hi, my name is Adam and I still live at home. Yes, I still live with my parents and my dog. I do have to mention that I get along with my family and we all are extremely close. So it's not hard living at home. Yes, at times, I get annoyed and, yes, I wish I had more privacy, but, in the end, it's not all that bad. I know it's time to move out and I hope that day comes sooner than later, but I just read something that made me feel like I'm not alone in this.

All of my coworkers know I still live at home and Tiffany (from Chris & The Crew) sent me an article that I would find interesting from Business Insider.

A new study from Comet found that a majority of millennials are living with their parents! I wrote that last sentence like it's a good thing, but I shouldn't be that happy about it.

Comet, an expert in student loan refinancing, confirms that it's not all that great news for millennials right now who are dealing with a crazy amount of student debt and can't move out on their own because it's so expensive.

So where did my home state of New Jersey fall on the list of states with the most millennials living with their parents? Well the Garden State took the top spot!  :(  According to the article it listed that 12.5% of millennials live at home in New Jersey. Well now if people question why I still live at home I can hit them back with facts that I am not the only one... unfortunately.

If you'd like to see where Pennsylvania, New York, California and where the other states ranked on the list you can click here.