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Patricia Pérez, 2ºC English, EOI Avilés THE PROBLEM OF HOUSING PRICE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE IN SPAIN
Patricia Pérez, 2ºC English, EOI Avilés My name is Patricia, Im 26 years old and Im going to talk about the most important problem for young people in Spain: The problem of housing price
Patricia Pérez, 2ºC English, EOI Avilés If you look for a new flat in Spain, its average price is about 180.000 euros (at least in Asturias, where I live).
Patricia Pérez, 2ºC English, EOI Avilés The average price of a flat is a very high price... But the average salary is not so high. And this is a problem!
Patricia Pérez, 2ºC English, EOI Avilés The average salary of Spanish young people is well below 800 euros so if you buy a flat...
Patricia Pérez, 2ºC English, EOI Avilés...you have to take about 500 euros away to pay the mortgage,
Patricia Pérez, 2ºC English, EOI Avilés...and then you need to take about three hundred euros away to pay the electricity, the phone and the gas bills
Patricia Pérez, 2ºC English, EOI Avilés...and you must live all the month without money, so you cant eat... And this is a problem!
Patricia Pérez, 2ºC English, EOI Avilés The answer to our problem is our parents patience...... because Spanish people dont leave their parents house until their thirties.
Patricia Pérez, 2ºC English, EOI Avilés If we live with our parents for a few years while we work......we can pay our flat and eat at the same time.
Patricia Pérez, 2ºC English, EOI Avilés What good luck!
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