Fewer Balearic students searching for jobs

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THE Balearic Islands has registered the second highest decrease in students currently searching for a job, the figure having dropped 17.5 per cent.
This group has gone from 372 youths registered for job searches with the public employment offices (INEM) in 2014 to 307 in 2015.
In the whole of Spain, around 81,000 students are currently looking for work, 28 per cent more than in 2014 and the highest figure since 2008, according to the study carried out by employment search engine Randstad.

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