Seasonal agricultural work in SPAIN

Seasonal agricultural work in SPAIN

For those who want to experience seasonal work in Spain, farm work is an option to consider. Even for those who do not yet have professional qualifications or do not speak foreign languages very well, this can be an interesting way to get to know new countries, earn some money and get in touch with…

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Living and working in CADIZ

Living and working in CADIZ

Cadiz is the oldest western city in the world. In fact, it was founded by the Phoenicians more than 3,000 years ago for trade purposes, as it is located at a strategic point of the Atlantic trade routes. The city, located on a small island connected to the Spanish mainland by a narrow strip of…

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Living and working in BILBAO

Living and working in BILBAO

Bilbao is located in the north of Spain. It is the largest city in the Basque Country, with almost 400,000 inhabitants, and the capital of the province of Vizcaya. It is a city big enough to find everything you need, but not too big to feel lonely. With almost one million inhabitants, it is one…

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Living and working in TENERIFE

Living and working in TENERIFE

Tenerife is the largest and most populous island (with almost one million inhabitants) of the Canary archipelago. There are many foreigners currently living in Tenerife. It is a volcanic island that offers beautiful landscapes: Beaches, forests, mountains cities and natural parks of exceptional beauty. However, life in Tenerife is not only beautiful, but you also…

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Living and working in IBIZA

Living and working in IBIZA

Ibiza belongs to the Balearic archipelago and is the third largest island after Mallorca and Menorca. It is a truly fascinating place that has a double soul: Music, dance, noise and irrepressible fun on one side and enchanting views with unique landscapes and beaches surrounded by lonely nature on the other. For this reason, many…

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Living in SPAIN PRO and CONS

Living in SPAIN PRO and CONS

In the collective imagination, Spain has always been considered a country with a high quality of life, although its per capita income, which measures the country’s wealth per inhabitant, has always been lower than that of many other European countries. Therefore, anyone dreams living in Spain should know the pros and cons. In the case…

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Jobs in SPAIN

Jobs in SPAIN

Due to the complex global geopolitical situation, Spanish GDP is expected to grow moderately in the near future, with an increase of 2.4% in 2022 and 1.4% in 2023. And this fact will make it even more difficult to find jobs in Spain. This year, the unemployment rate has dropped from 13.8% last year to…

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Public employment offices in Spain

Public employment offices in Spain

A resource that should not be underestimated when looking for a job in Spain is the public employment offices. These are Sepe and the public services of the Autonomous Communities. 1.SEPE The Public Employment Service is an autonomous body under the Ministry of Labour, Immigration and Social Security. Together with the Public Employment Services of…

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Doing business in SPAIN

Doing business in SPAIN

Doing business in Spain, that is, starting and running a business, is quite easy. In the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business ranking, Spain ranks thirtieth out of 190 countries. The plus points are: Once you realize this, the activity does not necessarily work automatically. But if you find the right location for your business…

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