IThe effects of the coronavirus pandemic are still being noted in the Spanish labor market, despite the deescalation of confinement measures. In a normal year, unemployment would fall and the number of people signing up with the Social Security system would rise in the month of June, ahead of the tourism high season. This year, however, unemployment has risen, albeit by just 5,107 people, bringing the total number of jobseekers to 3.86 million, the highest figure registered since May 2016, according to figures released today by the Spanish government.
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(Source El País)