By Euro Weekly News Media • 23 January 2015 • 15:39
Malaga was the second province in Spain, behind Madrid, where more jobs were created in 2014.
An official Survey of Active Population (EPA) for the last three months of 2014 revealed that 66,700 more people had found work in 2014, while unemployment rates dropped from 36.2 to 30.86 per cent.
Although more jobs are reportedly being created, the fact that the active population has also grown means unemployment levels have not yet dropped to more acceptable levels, the survey report concluded.
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