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Spain’s prime minister may offer a monthly cash incentive to get young adults out of their parents’ houses.

Oct 20 2021

Spain’s prime minister may offer a monthly cash incentive to get young adults out of their parents’ houses. The plan would provide €250 ($290) a month towards rent for 18-35-year-old Spaniards who make less than €23,725 ($27,398) annually and still live with their parents. While 30-years-old is the average age that young Spanish consumers strike out on their own, Pedro Sánchez is concerned that this generation is getting too comfortable at home—especially after the pandemic. In our recent Life Plans, Rewritten trend report, 50% of young people in the U.S. said they had to alter major life events and milestones in 2020, including careers, education, and yes, independence from their parents. (Quartz)