Expansión.com | Raquel Villaécija (23-Apr-2011 – París)
French companies have difficulty filling one third of the offers proposed. 70% said they did not find the right profile, and this translates into 600,000 jobs vacant in the neighboring country, a succulent labor supply of ‘quality professionals’.
It seems incredible, but while in Spain thousands of people would kill for falling off the unemployment list, across the Pyrenees, where also suffer from the unemployment desease, while suffering from staff shortages. Strange paradox. If at home, businesses have to juggle to avoid firing employees because of the crisis, in neighboring four out of ten companies are crying out for skilled workers.[+]