How to Find Work in Spain

Spain is slowly clawing its way back from a crippling financial crisis and is experiencing surges in several sectors, even encouraging entrepreneurs to set up shop in Iberia.

It’s a common misconception that teaching English is the only job you can find as a native English speaker in Spain. While it certainly is a way to a paycheck, there are other jobs for the ambitious expat in IT, customer care, marketing and social media, and even health care. Many expats who have secured a residency visa are also entering the world of the ‘autonomo’ or self-employed worker.

Spain’s job market and manner of looking for employment is likely different than your home country.

Read more for some tips: How to Find Work in Spain, Typical Non Spanish

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About Marco Kivit

I am a financial (controller) with a broad financial experience and interest. Companies that I worked for include both large companies as well as Small- and Medium sized companies in various sectors, such as Allianz, PricewaterhouseCoopers, KPMG, Royal Dutch Household, Royal Dutch Mint. I have set up Business Club Spanje to bring people and organizations together, to share knowledge about doing business in and between Spain and the Netherlands and to promote our partners.

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