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  • 1. EMPLOYMENT IN SPAIN
  • 2. On the dole
  • 3. Unemployment in Almendralejo The number of unemployed people has almost doubled since the recession started
  • 4. Unemployed Youths
  • 5. Reasons for unemployment ● The effect of the housing bubble ● Temporary employment ● Not enough growth (euro crisis and Spanish debt)
  • 6. What steps should be taken? Education: ● Flexible education programmes to reduce early school leaving. ● Introduction of Dual Vocational Education facilitating the transition to the labour market. Labour Market: ● Creation of a single permanent contract to avoid temporariness. ● Promote recruitment of the unemployed ● Programmes to encourage: Self-employment and entrepeneurship Competitiveness
  • 7. Jobs in demand today ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● Gaming Manager Hydrologist Network Architect Multimedia Artist Logistician Training Developing Manager Quality Control Manager Environmental Health & Safety Specialist Urban Planner Risk Management Manager Speech Language Pathologist Biomedical Engineer Physician Assistant
  • 8. Job profiles ·Job: Export manager and blender for a local winery. Qualifications: Degree in Spanish and French. Skills needed: languages, Matthew Stewart understanding of different tastes according to countries, social skills,understanding of how the wines change from the tank to the bottle. Training: experience is continuous training
  • 9. Job profiles Job: Exporting producer of organic paté and foie grass from pigs and geese raised in semi-wild state. Qualifications: Technical Certificate in Chemistry. Eduardo Sousa Skills needed: Entrepreneurial skills, being ambitious, hard-working, good at selling quality products, IT skills Training: Experience and English for work relations
  • 10. Job profiles Job: He works as an engineer for NASA through a programme of the Spanish Astrobiology Centre Qualifications: Degree in Telecommunications engineering Isaías Carrasco Skills needed: computer/technical skills, teamwork, flexibility to live abroad, motivation and hard work. Training:Training courses on aerospace engineering and master degree in Satellite Technology.
  • 11. Job profiles Job: Quality manager in a company specialized in corrugated cardboard. Qualifications: Degree in Physics/engineering. Skills needed: flexibility and adaptability to different tasks, interpersonal abilities, technical literacy, management skills and being disciplined. Training: Continuous training within the company according to staff needs. Aitor Toyos
  • 12. Tips for job seekers ● DON'T GIVE UP ● WORK HARD TO HAVE A BASIC QUALIFICATION ● LEARN AT LEAST TWO FOREIGN LANGUAGES ● BE PREPARED ● BE FLEXIBLE ● IMPROVE YOUR COMMUNICATION SKILLS ● BE OPEN AND ADAPTABLE ● KEEP TRACK OF NEW JOB OFFERS