Spain - More temporary contracts converted in permanent jobs - January 31, 2018

Data from temporary agency Randstad reveal that 40% of permanent contracts in the country began as a temporary contract. The data showed for 2017 that there were 686,445 conversions of temporary contracts into permanent contracts, representing an increase of 17.9% from last year. This is the highest figure in the past eight years. Temporary contracts converted into permanent contracts have increased in all age groups. Those over 45 years of age saw the biggest increase in conversions compared to 2016 (23.8%). 

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