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The myth of the lack of staff: jobs to be filled represent 1% of employed workers

“Absolutely not.” This is how Jesús Cruz Villalón, professor of labor law and social security at the University of Seville, responds when asked if vacant jobs, jobs that have not yet been filled, constitute a major problem in Spain. Álvaro Gaertner, technician of the economic office CC OO and one of those responsible for the …

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Labor market | The myth of the lack of staff: vacancies represent less than 1% of employees

“Absolutely not”. This is how Jesús Cruz Villalón, professor of labor law and social security at the University of Seville, answers when asked if vacancies, jobs that are not yet filled, are a problem important in Spain. Álvaro Gaertner, technician of the economic cabinet of the CCOO and one of the people in charge of …

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