7 Mar, 2017 @ 14:50
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Marbella Town Hall creates 500 temporary jobs in bid to cut unemployment

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Marbella Town Hall
Marbella Town Hall
Marbella Town Hall

MARBELLA Town Hall has opened up 500 new job opportunities in a bid to cut unemployment.

However, the jobs will only be temporary posts over the next few years.

Locals were invited to put their names on a register of candidates, from which the town hall will draw temporary employees as and when it needs them.

The majority of jobs involve cleaning, gardening and maintenance work.

Some 10% of the posts will be reserved for applicants with a disability.

Elsa Maishman (Reporter)

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  1. Temporary jobs don’t reduce unemployment in the long-term. Can’t this country employ people properly? It has thousands of useless politicians, so sack them, and get some proper jobs allocated. Spain is stuck in a time loop.

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