MORE 20-somethings are living with their parents than two decades ago, a KPMG survey has found.
The group is referred to by economists and social demographers as KIPPERS - Kids In Parents' Pocket, Eroding Retirement Savings.
The ratio of Generation Y Tasmanians reluctant to leave the nest is highest in its southern suburbs, with 38 per cent of those surveyed in Rosetta and Blackman's Bay still living at home.
Launceston and Hobart have the fewest 20-somethings living at home, with eight per cent and four per cent respectively still living with their parents.
Nationally, Brisbane suburb Brookfield, Melbourne's St Helena, and Sydney's Davidson have more than 80 per cent of this age group still living at home.
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