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Spain’s unemployment sees one of the sharpest drops on record

03.01.2014 16:26

The number of unemployed in Spain dropped by a record number in December making up the second biggest monthly drop in 14 years and bringing hope to the 4.7 million people still without a job in the EU’s fourth-largest economy.

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lucy suarez 07.01.2014 00:21

Spain is not what is use to be.

 

revealsins2me 06.01.2014 13:11

the Spanish asked to move to other EU countries to work illegal immigrants poor into Spain this is like watching a car crash in slow motion. Europe in 200 years time will be dead.

 

Enrique 04.01.2014 22:30

Stephen Turner 04.01.2014 11:16

Thousands of Spaniards are moving to other EU regions for better benefits and the potential of jobs; UK, Germany and France the biggest. Also lots of temp xmas jobs around this time in such places like Amazon etc. This is a crock - EU propaganda.

  


Du ring decade before the credit and debt crunch (2008), Spain received a net immigration of 6 million people. Now, most of the net emigration are foreigners returning to their native lands. Still there are over 5 million immigrants right now in Spain and 200,000 are arriving every year...

 

Yasuyuki Tateishi 04.01.2014 16:11

This is a joke: when you talk unemployment rates, you have to see how they are calculated. In Spain, there are so many discouraged unemployed people, they are not counted: if those do not register in the office, they are not unemployed. Why they go to office to register as unemployed after their unemployment insurance expired, by spending time and money, as they will not be offered any job. The same applies to the US unemployment rate, and to many other countries. Japanese unemployment statistics is better, as they select 1000 people randomly and call them to get their answer.

 

Stephen Turner 04.01.2014 11:16

Thousands of Spaniards are moving to other EU regions for better benefits and the potential of jobs; UK, Germany and France the biggest. Also lots of temp xmas jobs around this time in such places like Amazon etc. This is a crock - EU propaganda.

 

polit ically correct 03.01.2014 22:40

147,385 Spanish left for Europe to look for a job that's how the number comes together :-) Its just funny how the cabal likes to twist the numbers :-)

 

Steve J 03.01.2014 20:06

Fuzzy, math. Probably just like the numbers they report in the U.S. What ever they can do to keep the public misinformed and disillusioned.

 

Honoré de Balzac 03.01.2014 18:47

Bullshit, to use Euphuism. In winter time this kind of figures? I don't think so. Besides it was my opinion that this news medium was not promoting the Devil better known as the EU! How long will people swallow the lies? How long will people keep voting on "masters" that enslaves them? How far can one go? I my case... I know. And I also know that in the past enslavers didn't got a “get of jail for free” card, so will this time be different? I think not.
People rise up, open your hart and regain your freedom. Don’t believe the lies, believe yourself and take action... NOW!

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