In 2013, 3.6 million young parents (those ages 18 to 24) lived with their children in the United States. These young adults face particular challenges in gaining the skills, education, and experiences necessary to obtain good, family sustaining-jobs. This brief offers a short review of the literature and then uses 2014 Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP) examine young parents who live with their children. The data point to challenges that young parents face in child care, continuing their education, and finding success in the labor market. We include implications for designing strategies to address education and workforce needs.