Spain has revealed a plan to offer adults between the ages of 18 to 35, who are still living with their parents, €250 ($290).
Pedro Sánchez, the Spanish Prime Minister, said that his government is worried that too many young adults live with their parents well into their thirties.
The initiative, according to Quartz, is part of a broader housing plan which will apply to adults who earn less than $27,398 per year. The stipend is expected to cover housing rent and will last for two years.
The severe effects of the pandemic affected Spain’s jobs market, causing youth unemployment to rise by 38% as the country’s rental market continues to diminish.