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Most employers are saying that the worst of the crisis has passed and that the economy is entering a path of modest recovery, according to Spanish newspaper El Periodico Mediterraneo.
The newspaper suggests that positive movement in the temporary labour market in Spain is being attributed to the ceramic industry. Most of these contracts are expected to last between three to four months to meet peak demand or to cover for holidays.
Andrew Blake, head of Liderlab Castellon, a temporary worker agency, is quick to clarify that the improvement is industry specific. He cautions that continuation of the upward trend is by no means indicated given the difficult employment environment and the generally conservative hiring policies.