Crisis: 80% of young Spaniards depend on their families

60% willing to emigrate in search of jobs

10 January, 15:49

    A Spanish unemployment office A Spanish unemployment office

    (ANSAmed) - MADRID - Eight in 10 Spaniards aged 18-24 believe they will be forced to work menial jobs in spite of their qualifications, and 60% are willing to emigrate in search of work, according to a Reina Sofia Center survey released Wednesday.
    Also according to the survey of 1,000 respondents, 80% said they are being supported by their families in spite of their job training, 70% blamed the length and severity of the recession on government and politicians, 20% said the situation won't improve for the next two years at least, and 36% said the situation will only get worse. Overall, the study showed the economic crisis is undermining the survival and integration into society of middle and low-income respondents and of those who quit school, and that it threatens the life goals and expectations of those who come from high-income backgrounds and/or are still enrolled in university. (ANSAmed).

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