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Euro stumbles as Greece ups its brinkmanship

The soap opera in Greece took another laborious turn this week, prompting investors to flee the euro in lieu of the pound.

February 17th, 2012 | Posted in Expats | Read More »

Jobless in Spain: a personal viewpoint

Getting a job in Spain is hard enough, but once in a company, it can feel like you're efforts are not being valued.

As the Rajoy government unveils its labour market reform, one of the country’s recently unemployed workers wonders whether something other than the law needs to change.

February 10th, 2012 | Posted in Featured, Iberoblog, Spain News | Read More »

It’s the economy, stupid

Wallets, as well as hearts and minds, are driving the crowds to Puerta del Sol. Photo: Sas-Click

You study hard, you get a university degree and that, you would think, should put you in good stead to land a decent job. Right? No. In Spain, unless you are one of a lucky few, at best you can look forward to years of underpaid work in a sector that has nothing to do with your chosen career, at worst unemployment. Oh, and living with your parents throughout.

May 20th, 2011 | Posted in Featured, Iberoblog | Read More »

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