24 Jan, 2015 @ 11:00
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Carrefour to create 3,000 jobs in Spain


SUPERMARKET giant Carrefour will create 3,000 jobs in Spain this year.

Primarily aimed at young adults, the new positions will help combat soaring youth unemployment.

Carrefour Spain – which added 2,000 first-time staff in 2014 – employs 41,000 people, 86% on permanent contracts.

Anyone from school-leavers to graduates can apply, if they have good customer service and team-working skills.

Jacqueline Fanchini (Reporter)

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