33 percent of 34-year-old Irish men live with their Mammys

According to a new survey one-third of Irish males are still living in their family homes.

The Eurostat report showed that Irish men between the ages of 25 and 34 are twice as likely to live with in their parent, compared with the rest of Europe.

The survey also showed that Irish women are the least likely in Europe to live with a partner and Irishmen are least likely to commit by the time they are 34.

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