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Spain brain drain PDF
Tuesday, 29 March 2011 05:30

It’s like the 60s all over again with thousands of Spaniards obliged to emigrate to find work. With official unemployment figures as high as 20 per cent (40 per cent amongst the young), more and more young people  - known as the "Lost Generation" or la generación ni-ni (ni estudian, ni trabajan - they neither study nor work) - are moving to North America and northern Europe in search of work.

Click here to read Giles Tremlett’s article in the Guardian yesterday

Tags:  Giles Tremlett, Guardian, brain drain, emigrating, la generación ni-ni, ni estudian ni trabajan, Lost Generation, unemployment, paul whitelock,



0 #1 2011-03-29 05:47
Here's a link to an article on the same subject in Spanish in El Economista:

Paul Whitelock

Paul is a Joint Honours graduate in Spanish and German, a qualified teacher (PGCE) and has a Member of the Institute of Linguists (MIL) qualification.

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