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According to a recent report published by the Association of Large Temporary Employment Agencies (Agett) and the CEPREDE Institute of the Autonomous University of Madrid more than 800,000 highly employable job seekers cannot find work.
Highly employable job seekers are defined as those who have not been out of work for more than 12 months, would consider jobs outside their local region and are open to more than three different types of job task.
Unemployment amongst highly employable job seekers is up by almost 79% compared to August 2008.
23.1% of job seekers are regarded as having high employability, 37.4% have medium employability, 26.3% have low employability and 13.2% have very low employability.