Inquiring minds are upon the Iberian Penninsula where the Spanish have just set a record:
Unemployment in Spain has reached a new all-time record in February with an increase of 68,260 compared to January, bringing the total number to 4.3 million, the worst figure since 1996 when unemployment statistics began. Compared to last year, unemployment has increased by 168,838 (+4.08%), according to figures revealed today by the Labour and Immigration Ministry. The number of jobless increased in all sectors in February, including services (+1.6%), industry (+0.71%), construction (+0.34%) and agriculture (+6.67%).
Wasn’t Spain supposed to be the cradle of Green Technology and a hotbed of ‘green’ jobs?
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