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Why Expats Struggle in Spain This is a reply I gave to “Ronny” many years ago on an expats forum but my thoughts remain the same.It was referring to Torrevieja but in truth it applies to any expat area in Spain ……and probably anywhere else where expats are trying to start a new life. Every week on the various forums relating to Spain there is a question from hopeful couples in their thirties, often with a child or two asking about jobs and schools in Spain.Air-conditioned rooms at Palia Las Palomas come with a private bathroom and a minibar. There is a children’s play area, TV lounge and games room.The Piano Bar offers cocktails and an evening entertainment programme.Whilst the grass maybe greener here in Spain (figuratively at least! I have now had some 700 people who work with me / for me so I meet up with a lot of these types of people.
So why should a dental receptionist expect to find work in a Spanish dental surgery? FACTS there are almost NO permanent employee positions with contracts UNLESS you speak Spanish FLUENTLY.
The hotel’s buffet restaurant features show cooking, and serves Spanish and international cuisine.
Car hire is available from the hotel’s 24-hour reception, and on-site parking is available for a supplement.
I get perhaps 15/20 people every month asking me questions like: 1) Will I get a job as a bowling alley technician? A lot of them have children and many have absolutely no idea whatsoever re education, Spanish, Spain itself, job opportunities etc etc. There are very few employed (as opposed to self-employed) opportunities.
2) Would you tell me everything you know about Spain? If you do not speak Spanish the opportunities at getting much above the minimum wage are extremely limited.