Articles tagged as: unemployment rate
April 7th, 2014
Continue reading Spanish Social Security System Gained 83,984 Contributors in March
April 4th, 2014
Continue reading Eurozone Unemployment Stood at 11.9% in February
March 7th, 2014
Continue reading Eurozone Unemployment Stable at 12% in January
February 5th, 2014
Continue reading Eurozone Unemployment in December Drops Most Since 2007
January 27th, 2014
Continue reading S & P Predict House Prices Will Fall Further 2% in 2014
January 13th, 2014
Continue reading Eurozone Unemployment Remained at 12.1% in November
October 30th, 2013According to the Labour Force Survey published on Thursday by the Spanish National Statistics Institute, unemployment fell by 72,800, and 39,500 new jobs were created in Spain during the third quarter of the year, when compared with the second quarter. These figures stand in sharp contrast to those recorded twelve months ...
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October 25th, 2013The Secretary General of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Angel Gurria, said this week that "Spain is on the right track", and that the reforms and adjustments already made, have caused a shift in the state of Spain’s economy. Speaking to Bloomberg, Gurria maintained that the Government of Spain ...
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October 16th, 2013Spain ranked 29th among the 122 countries analysed in the new Human Capital Index prepared by the World Economic Forum, which measures the ability of countries to develop and deploy healthy, educated and capable workers, in an effort to identify the most successful countries in the world when it comes ...
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October 14th, 2013The Spanish Government stated in the 2014 Budget that Spain’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) will grow by 0.7% - a figure that has been described as "prudent" by the Prime Minister, Mariano Rajoy. The International Monetary Fund (IMF), however, believes that these estimates are too optimistic. In their latest 'Global ...
Continue reading IMF Revises 2014 Forecasts for Spain
September 25th, 2013According to their quarterly report on the economy of the eurozone, the credit rating agency, Standard & Poor's (S & P), predicts that the Spanish economy will grow by 0.5% in 2014, one tenth less than their July estimate, and that unemployment will continue to increase up to a maximum ...
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September 12th, 2013American multinational financial services corporation, Morgan Stanley, said they believe that the Spanish economy is at a turning point and could return to the path of positive growth in the third quarter of this year, allowing it to beat growth expectations for next year, which they forecast to expand by ...
Continue reading Morgan Stanley Predicts 0.8% Growth for Spain in 2014
August 22nd, 2013The number of foreign contributors to the Spanish Social Security System decreased by 8,920 in July to stand at 1,632,903. This is equivalent to a drop of 0.54% compared with June. Year-on-year the number of foreign social security contributors decreased by 132,029 persons, representing a drop of 7,48%, which contrasts with ...
August 19th, 2013According to recent research on working conditions in Spain carried out by the Swiss multinational human resource consulting company, Adecco, the Basque Country, Madrid and Catalonia are the regions which have the highest average wages across the country, with monthly earnings of 1,981 euros, 1,891 euros and 1,753 euros, respectively, ...
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August 13th, 2013According to recent research carried out by human resource consulting firm, Randstad, 65% of Spanish professionals aged 18 to 24 years of age would be willing to change their country for a job, which is eleven percentage points more than in 2011. The study also shows that the younger the professional, ...
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