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Friday, 01 December 2006


Rafael Mompo

I wonder why Spanish students have become so pessimistic compared with other European students.

Suddenly, in 2004, they lowered their salary expectations and also it seems that in 2006 they are the only ones that think they are going to have some difficulties in finding their first job.

Is that consistent with the Spanish economy growth, which is higher than other European countries? It seems that economy growth should lead to higher salary expectations… What do you think about this?

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