Updated Monday, 1 June 2020 - 22:38

  • Share on Facebook
  • Share on Twitter
  • Send by email

  • Unemployed, officials and pensioners. 21 million people already collect from the State: 44% of the population of Spain

The active and busy private sector loses weight in the Spanish population. The number of salaried and self-employed workers who contribute with their activity to keep the rest of the economy going has suffered a cut of 846,700 people since before the great financial crisis began in 2007. Far from regaining strength, this pillar the it has lost when going from representing 38.58% of the total population to suppose, with 16.4 million workers, just 34.65%. The loss

To continue reading, go Premium

Already Premium? Log in


€ 1

first month

after € 7.99

I want it


6 months free

€ 47

Free 1 year of Legálitas Plus (valued at € 240)

I want it

Find out what Premium is

Cancel whenever you want

Check the terms and conditions of the service

In accordance with the criteria of The Trust Project

Know more