The state of Spain’s labour market has been one of the biggest stories in the Eurozone over the last few years.
Basically, it’s a total disaster.
At the peak of the country’s unemployment crisis in mid-2013, more than 26% of adults in the labour market were out of work, and youth unemployment stood at an incredible 55.7%.
Spain’s economy is actually one of the quickest growing in the Eurozone, up by more than 3% in 2015, and things are looking up more generally, but beyond that, the country’s labour market is still in dire straits.
This week, despite Spain’s problems, Barclays economists read more >>>
Source : BusinessInsider.Com