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Barcelona, Catalonia's economic center, attracts not only young professionals but also many foreign companies and investors looking for new opportunities.

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Madrid's labor market has been facing a shortage of qualified and skilled workforce since some time. Hence, it is open to young foreign professionals.

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Malaga has been one of the most affected Spanish cities by the global economic crisis. Hence its high unemployment rate during recent years.

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Sevilla's economy is recovering gradually after having been seriously affected by the global economic crisis. Unemployment rate has also been in decline.

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Tenerife Island and Santa Cruz de Tenerife, its capital city, are known to be tourist destinations. But there are also jobs opportunities in many fields.

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Valencia, which is the Valencia Community's capital city, offers various job opportunities to qualified and skilled young professionals.

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The Basque country highly relies on industry which is, in fact, its main job creator. But jobs are also available in other fields such as tourism...

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Unemployment rate in the Canary Islands is quite high since the world economic crisis. However, foreigners having strong language skills may be hired.

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Catalonia is one of Spain's most dynamic and prosperous autonomous communities. Several sectors are quite open to foreign expertise.

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It is better to find a job from abroad if you wish to work in Spain. You can start your job search on the internet in the first instance.

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Spain's unemployment rate remains the highest in Europe, although it has been declining during recent years. Hence, expats are likely to find a job there.

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Every year, Spain welcomes thousands of students and young professionals wishing to do an internship in a legal and dynamic framework.

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European Union citizens are free to set up a business in Spain. However, non-European citizens have to obtain a resident card before proceeding.

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