To find a job in Spain, we just have to go to the internet and look for that job offer that meets our expectations.
Located in the Iberian Peninsula, adorned with historical and architectural attractions, a professed love for soccer, and of course, to bullfighting and the skills of the bullfighter, that’s Spain.
A nation that has more links that any other nation in the world, with Latin America, causing it to have become an alluring destination for hundreds and hundreds of Latin American immigrants every year. And not just for having the same language in common (Spanish), but also for having a similar idiosyncrasy and because of the situation of stability that exists in Hispanic lands.
In the following lines, we will review some details about how to find a job in Spain. It is very important for you to know this in order to be able to keep yourself from perishing in the adventure of living in a foreign country, a melting pot of cultures and traditions.
First of all, and to comply with certain legal information on the employment situation in Spain, you should know that for a foreign person non-EU (meaning all those people that any nationality that is not part of the European Union) is required to have 16 years (minimum age) and a residence permit (which allows both reside and work in Spanish territory)
However, according to the Spanish territory legislation if an alien admitted to work in Spain must be demonstrated that there are no domestic workers available to fill these vacancies. Although, of course, exceptions to the rule, as when an alien up to Spain and signed a contract. I recommend reviewing all exceptions in the Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs website, because it’s always good to have all the information.
The procedures are usually more flexible to American citizens, through bilateral agreements between nations. Thus, the procedures are often accelerated and this is a great help in reducing transactions costs and the time it takes.
Well, in Spain, as in some European nations, the vacant positions in a company tend to be occupied before running out to the general public, and this happens because the contacts are vital to be given a job in a market of such competence and expertise. So, it is necessary to use all possible contacts you have, and it can also be helpful to find a new job in the Spanish cities.
On the other hand, the structure of your resume should prevail above all education majors developed and followed, a good presentation is essential. Despite what was explained above, you must add letters of recommendation from previous employers, letters that must be accurate and should be a record of your previous work performance, and so place a good image before the recruiters.
Today, in the Spanish labor market, the great medium for job search is the Internet. If not, how can one apply to hundreds of job offers without leaving home; well in Spain, there are specialized sites that often contain the most varied job opportunities. Here are some of the most visited ones:
In short, the easiest way to find a job offer in line with our expectations may be on the internet. My advice for you would be not to be scared and to call after you have made an application for the vacant position, in order to find out how the selection process went, without been pushy or rude.