According to New Studies, Jobs in Spain are No Longer Concentrated in Madrid and Barcelona

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New studies have shown that high profile, professional Jobs in Spain are not just concentrated within Madrid and Barcelona and employment is more readily available in other geographical areas such as the Costa del Sol.

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Obelisk International believes in trust, loyalty, honesty and teamwork which can certainly add to the quality of our general working conditions. We also ensure that all of our candidates are perfectly suited to each role and add value to the company as a whole.

New studies have shown that high profile, professional Jobs in Spain are not just concentrated within Madrid and Barcelona and employment is more readily available in other geographical areas such as the Costa del Sol.

In a statement, Chris Dottie - Professional Recruitment Consultant adds: "In general, opportunities for foreigner workers are enormous especially for the qualified with the willingness to work. In my opinion Spain will need more than a million workers from abroad in the next ten years to maintain the expanding economy."

In a professional Spanish Job market, dedicated and hard working European Nationals are in very high demand. However this demand for jobs in Spain can be higher than the actual supply. Employers in Spain are now offering competitive salaries, bonus schemes and progressive development in a bid to attract high calibre personnel.

At present, the Spanish job market is robust, which makes working in Spain a very achievable reality. Wages can indeed be lower but the reduced cost of living and overall lifestyle is very attractive to Northern Europeans -- especially UK and Irish Citizens -- who are seriously considering applying for a job in Spain.

International companies, offering jobs in Spain, now opt to be very selective in their choice of candidates and in this environment the emphasis is placed heavily on 'qualified' and 'experienced' rather than ensuring fulfilment of head count. There are now more opportunities in the Spanish market for graduates and high grade specialists in all sectors as long as they have obtained the relevant work experience, have a range of computing skills and definite willingness to learn and show flexibility and adaptability.

However, knowing and discovering a country during a holiday season is not the same as experiencing life and work on a day to day basis. Life in Spain is fun, enjoyable but it is also about hard work, so you have to be prepared before having a job in Spain.

Lisa Bussell, H.R Director and General Manager of Obelisk International added, "As a top employer and organisation, Obelisk International consistently develops employees on a holistic level to ensure advancement and progression.

"Obelisk International believes in trust, loyalty, honesty and teamwork which can certainly add to the quality of our general working conditions. We also ensure that all of our candidates are perfectly suited to each role and add value to the company as a whole."

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