I've got a question. It's gonna sound pretty complainy but I don't really mean it like that, I'm genuinely curious as to the situation of those elsewhere in the world.
The fairly standard living situation for young people here, at least in towns and cities, is to share a many bedroomed flat/house with shared common facilities. I, for example, live in a 4 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 1 kitchen, no living room flat with 3 other people, all renting our bedrooms individually. I give it about 50/50 on whether I'm still living in a similar situation when I'm 30, and would expect the same of most people my age (although a lot of them will be living with friends because they're not like me). The only people I know my age who aren't in flat/houseshares are people in relationships who can DINK it up, people who did really well for themselves, or people who live in the back end of nowhere.
Is that the young people housing situation everywhere? I feel like when I see people on the internet (so mostly americans) talk about moving out, they seem to be getting their own place or lodging in the spare room of an actual household rather than being in an ever rotating collection of strangers you share a corridor with.