Wednesday, 18 October, 2017

Tag: unemployment

Balearic Islands shows second largest drop across Spain

Andalucia has lost €24.3m in funding to encourage more jobs and tackle long term unemployment this year compared to last, the only Spanish autonomous region to do so

Spain is seeing its lowest unemployment rate in seven years, however many of the new jobs created are in the hospitality sector, and are temporary.

Levels of poverty, inequality and social exclusion are ‘among the highest in the EU’, according to the European Commission’s Spain 2017 Report

Just four out of every 100 contracts signed in December were long-term and full-time, the UGT has said

Modern companies are simply unable to find sufficient numbers of workers

Number of jobless claims dropped by 124,349

Jobless figure falls to 20.9% as 525,100 new positions created last year

Unemployment is falling, GDP is rising and forecasts are optimistic

Unemployment is down for the fifth month in a row

The plunge of 118,923 far surpasses the predicted drop of 65,000

Unemployment in Spain fell by 63,200 in March

“This is a war, us against them, the rich, the greedy: the ones that got us into this mess.”

The big supermarket chain aims to help combat youth unemployment

The mystery to Spain's economic woes may lie in their work ethos

Economic woes and high unemployment rates have forced people to look for their fortunes elsewhere

President of the archipelago threatens divorce from Spain over oil-drilling

The optimistic stats may conceal more than they reveal about the economy

But experts are not getting carried away, as most contracts are for temporary work

Economic studies demonstrate how Andalucia is fairing during the crisis

Organisers hope to make the teens aspire to education

Prompting PM Rajoy to ask Spanish people for a 'fair trial'

The silver lining to the economic crisis: less traffic

And another two Spanish regions are in the top 10

The bank has forecast some economic recovery, but not enough to relieve unemployment rates

Despite high unemployment and five-year housing crisis, Spain still has more homeowners than any other country

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