Work in Spain

Our participative guide will help you find out more on the work market and the legal framework in Spain.

The labour market in Seville

In addition to the sunshine, slow-pace of life, and all the other benefits of living in a culturally rich Mediterranean city, Seville is also a place bursting with job opportunities. As the location of the country's only inland port, it is an important trade hub for southern Spain as well as being the home of prestigious technological parks.

With late breakfasts and long lunches, Seville's work environment will most likely be very different from what you ...

Seville is the capital of the autonomous province of Andalusia and home to the autonomous region’s government. ...

Malaga, located in the Andalusian region, is the Malaga province's capital city. It is known to be Spain's ...

In spite of a decrease in recent years, the unemployment rate in Spain remains very high compared to other European ...

Are you looking for a job in Tenerife? You are likely to be hired in the tourism field which remains the region's ...

Valencia, located on the East of Spain, welcomes foreigners from across the globe. It is the third biggest and most ...

Catalonia is one of Spain's biggest and most important autonomous communities with a population of more than 7.5 ...

Finding a job in Spain can be a challenge for many foreigners. Knowledge of Spanish is often an essential ...

Thousands of students and professionals across the globe dream of acquiring work experience in Spain. If you are one ...

While much of life in Madrid is comparable to other parts of Europe, it has a business culture all its own. Even as ...

While all of Spain suffered during the recent financial crisis, Madrid has a lot to offer job-seeking expats. The ...

Madrid, Spain’s capital city, is one of the country’s main expat destinations. Every year, Madrid welcomes ...

Barcelona, in the Barcelona province, is Spain's second largest city. It is also Catalonia's administrative ...

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Finding happiness in Spain

Born in Rome, Valeria is an Italian teacher who has been looking for professional experience abroad. Her passion about ...