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Money is a major factor, preventing many young people from leaving the nest.
There are more than 60,500 homes in Malaga province in which people over 25 live with their parents.   According to the National Institute of Statistics, in more than 24,000 of these homes, the mother or father lives alone with their child or children. Thousands of young people in Malaga…

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