Networking Overview

Learn the best ways to utilize professional associations, social networks and other contacts to find a job in your target country. Below is a brief excerpt from this section:  

Unions and labor organizations (organizaciones sindicales) play an important role in the workforce community. They typically defend the rights of the workers. All companies of a certain size will have employee representatives elected from one of the unions mentioned in this guide. There is no legal obligation to be a member of these groups.

Networking groups are organized mostly around social networking and/or philanthropic ventures, and include people who gather together for various reasons: foreign residents in Barcelona, food lovers in Seville and French speakers in Madrid. They are a good place to start socializing and networking in a new country, especially in Spain, where work opportunities are often found through direct personal contacts and friends.

This is just a brief sample of the extensive information in the GoinGlobal Spain Career Guide, which is carefully researched and regularly updated by local career experts.

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