30 Apr, 2017 @ 18:19
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Huge amount of Spanish students leave Spain after University

Instituto Químico de Sarrià University Barcelona
MISSING OUT: Barcelona’s Instituto Quimico de Sarria university

MORE than half of Spanish college students would prefer to work abroad.

Only 46.6 % of the 500 polled by Barcelona’s prestigious Instituto Químico de Sarrià University want to find a job in Spain

It found that 70.8 % prefer to work in the USA, with only 8.56% wanting to work in Great Britain and 6.6% in Germany.

Other countries mentioned included  Australia, Canada, France, Netherlands, China and the Arab Emirates.

Apple was revealed as the company most sought-after by would-be job applicants, followed by Google and the Spanish company Inditex.

Chloe Glover (Reporter)

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