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SPAIN-ECONOMY/UNEMPLOYMENT
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April 30, 2014
A woman looks at a board with job listings in an unemployment office in Gijon, northern Spain April 30,...
Gijon, Spain
A woman looks at a board with job listings in an unemployment office in Gijon, northern Spain
A woman looks at a board with job listings in an unemployment office in Gijon, northern Spain April 30, 2014. Spain's workforce shrank at a quickening pace in the first quarter, underlining the tough challenge the government faces in trying to sell a recovery to disgruntled voters - even after nine months of economic growth. Spain's economy is picking up after slumping since 2008. But its people, ground down by a jobless rate that has not dropped below 25 percent since 2012, have continued to leave the labour force in droves every month. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
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