NURSES, engineers and business analysts are set to be in high demand in 2016 as Spain’s economy grows, experts believe.
Employment agencies Hays and Randstad Professionals are predicting these sectors will boom, with the EU forecasting 450,000 new jobs for Spain in 2016.
Madrid, the Basque Country, Valencia and Catalunya are expected to see the highest growth, with Andalucia lagging behind.
The Hays report said: “Andalucia hasn’t taken off yet. They still have a lot of work to do to create a steady number of jobs.”