IPC marzo 2024. Previsiones hasta diciembre 2025

El IPC aumentó un 0,8% en marzo, incremento superior al registrado el mismo mes del año pasado, lo que ha supuesto un ascenso de ...


Labour market challenges in Spain

The performance of Spain’s labour market has improved, approaching European standards, supported by a mix of reforms and demographic changes. Jobs are now much more resilient to recessionary pressures; yet, two key weaknesses remain, namely the relatively low chances for re-employment for jobseekers, making unemployment relatively persistent, and difficult school-to-work transitions which contribute to nurturing high youth under-employment.


Growth in Spanish labour demand: Evidence from online job postings

Labour demand in Spain appears to have weathered the effects of the pandemic, as evidenced by sustained growth in job postings, despite a more significant initial drop in hiring compared to other countries in 2020. This, together with other trends, appears to support part of the recent acceleration in Spanish wage growth, underpinning a solid forecast for employment and GDP growth in 2024 relative to other advanced economies.


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