It's Ok for Adult Children to Live with Parents

It’s OK for working adult children to live with their parents.
Leave the home after coming of age is traditional for many industrialized countries. But during the last ten years we can see the changing of this situation. The tendency of staying with parents after graduation of college or returning of working adult children to the native nest is widespread among the young people. This generation is called Boomerang or Peter Pan's generation.
The difference between such generation from a previous one in that many young people remain with their parents for some years while maintaining their own social and professional lives.  
One of the reasons of such trend is an economic crisis, which led to rising unemployment, inability of many young people to pay a rent, settle bills and live on their own. Home-leaving provides a tremendous financial relief to the young people and can be the resource of some income for parents.
With more detailed consideration of the issue we can find more advantages of this phenomenon.  
First, it can lead to the healthy adult relationship between parents and children, as all involved parts are forced to communicate and negotiate in differential ways than the children were pre-adults.
The other, not less important advantage is that children who lived with their parents during the adulthood more frequently take care of aging parents, rather than shifting the responsibility to a nursing home, which is characteristic for the industrialized western societies.   As opposite to this, in Asian culture it is traditional lifestyle when adult children remain with their parents and take care of them at their age.