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Most unemployed Romanians in Spain expected to return home in August

de A.C.
Miercuri, 16 iulie 2008, 18:08 English | Regional Europe

The significant decrease of household constructions in Spain translates in unemployment for those working in this sector. Thus, some 400,000 Romanian workers in Spain could be affected, ADER Association president Daniel Tecu declared. He added that currently there is no job available in the construction sector in Spain. 

Tecu said that he was concerned that many Romanians, left unemployed, would soon be affected since they will have no other source of revenue. Currently, those unemployed receive a compensatory salary from the Spanish government. However, there will be a point, Tecu warns, when money will be over.

Tecu declared that many Romanians will return back home in August because it is very hard for them to find jobs in other sectors, since they are most qualified for constructions.

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