Jobs in Spain

The economic growth of modern Spain started from 1975 with the beginning of the rule of Franco. Franco initiated in 1960 a set of deregulating moves from his initial control of the economy of Spain and this resulted in the paramount development of Spain almost overnight. This is known as “Spanish Miracle.” Spain's accession to the European Community, now European Union(EU), in January 1986 ushered the country into opening its economy, modernize its industrial base and revise economic legislation. All this increased the scope of jobs in Spain.
In 1999 Spain was amongst the leading group within the EU to adopt Euro as their accounting money in preparation for its launching as a physical currency, which happened in January 2002 – this resulted in the growth of Spain as the 8th economy of the world. Owing to all these changes and developments the number of jobs in Spain increased markedly. But the fundamental problem of the economy of Spain in 2007 is described by “Financial Times” as a remarkable loss of competitiveness among its main trading partners. 
Like any other economy of the world the economy of Spain also consists of a history of agriculture. The agricultural production goods of Spain includes cut flower, ornamental and nursery plants, tropical fish and birds for the pet trade, timber, fertilizers, animal hides, leather, industrial chemical like starch, sugar, ethanol, alcohols and plastics, fibers that includes cotton,wool, hemp and flax. Fuels including methane from biomass, biodiesel and both legal and illegal drugs like biopharmaceuticals, tobacco, opium and cocaine. The major industries of Spain are tourism, textile and apparel (including footwear),food and beverages, metals and metal manufacturers, chemicals, shipbuilding, automobiles and machine tools. All these sectors act simultaneously providing an excellent scope of jobs in Spain. 

Finding a job immediately after graduation is challenging in Spain. As an international applicant, you are likely to face tough competition in the job market. However, for a secured job, you can definitely look for job opportunities in computer science, industry and consulting domains. These domains are undergoing a globalization procedure and are good choices for graduates with fluency in English and Spanish. With impressive skills and work experience, you can maximize your chances of getting through a professional level job. Some of the major industries where you can look forward for job opportunities include:

  • Retail/Wholesale
  • Chemicals
  • Metals
  • Food
  • Motor Vehicles
  • Construction
  • Real Estate
  • Transport
  • Tourism

This isn’t all, the hotel and restaurant industries as well as the service sector are also good choices for employment opportunities. Sales representatives, mechanics and hotel staff are in high demand in Spain. Some of the companies where you can look for job opportunities are as follows:
  • Santander
  • Telefónica
  • Repsol YPF
  • BBVA
  • Endesa
  • ACS
  • Cepsa
  • Iberdrola
  • Ferrovial
  • FCC
  • Mapfre

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