living arrangement


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Noun1.living arrangement - an arrangement to allow people (or ideas) to coexist
organization, arrangement, organisation, system - an organized structure for arranging or classifying; "he changed the arrangement of the topics"; "the facts were familiar but it was in the organization of them that he was original"; "he tried to understand their system of classification"
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Living with a parent is the most common living arrangement for 18- to 34-year-olds in the United States, the first time on record that that has been the case, according to the Pew Research Center.
Marriage remains the dominant living arrangement for people in their 30s.
Investigators assessed the OAS scores, focusing on four demographic elements: age, gender, living arrangement, and history of previous hospitalizations.
This episode, which is scheduled to air this Thursday, will also tackle the issue of Penny and Leonard's living arrangement.
33% of parents and 14% of children said the living arrangement was working out, while 0% of parents and children said the experience was worse than expected.
Following the growing number of older people in Malaysia, an alternative living arrangement of this category of population will become an important issue to all families.
On June 12, APHSA's deputy executive director and NAPCWA's staff liaison joined members of the Senate Caucus on Foster Youth for a Roundtable Discussion on Another Planned Permanent Living Arrangement (APPLA).
Meanwhile, Mitch and Cam's house is being fumigated, so Jay and Gloria agree to open up their home to the two dads and their baby Lily - but it's not long before problems start to arise from the less-than-ideal living arrangement.
When a marriage or living arrangement breaks down, your solicitor is one of the specialists you can turn to for help and guidance.
In all member states, the most common living arrangement for children aged less than 18 years was to live in a household with married parents.
The fact that living arrangement plays a key role in the well-being of the elderly population is undeniable.
Thus, there is an urgent need of studies on the living arrangement patterns, health status and abuse and their determinants of the elderly women in Bangladesh.