Spain -Employment figures published -February 03, 2015

The number of people registered as unemployed crept up in January as seasonal Christmas hires ended, to a total 4.53 million. The unemployment rate remains extremely high at close to 24%.

The number of people registered as unemployed crept up in January as seasonal Christmas hires ended, to a total 4.53 million. The unemployment rate remains extremely high at close to 24%, the second-highest unemployment rate in the Eurozone, after Greece. Nevertheless, the government claims that the economy is recovering, ahead of regional and general elections this year.

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