Moving abroad can be a daunting prospect, especially when it comes to finding employment. If you are looking for a job, then what about starting work in Spain with the uStore-it self-storage Franchise.
What’s the job market like in Spain?
Although many people dream of relocating to Spain and landing their ideal job, the reality is much different. Unemployment figures show that Spain continues to be one of the highest in Europe, at around 17% (as reported of August 2017). This means that while it may sound fun spending your days in the sun, approximately 1 in 5 people are without a steady income.
When it comes to applying for jobs, regardless of whether it be highly qualified, cleaning or bar work, there’s a lot of competition. This is why starting a franchise in Spain is a good business opportunity, as your own boss you know you’re in work as long as you have customers.
As uStore-it specialise in self-storage, there’s always going to be an opportunity in Spain. With a tough job market, many people either have to downsize to afford comfortable living. This often means putting larger items into storage facilities, until they have room to keep everything together.
Job Vacancies in Spain
During the height of summer, when the weather is at its most inviting and tourist numbers are high, there’s plenty of casual labour. The hospitality industry often has a high turnover of staff, giving short term opportunities for work.
What if you’re after more than a summer job? Many well established global companies have set up offices in Spain, but these attract large numbers of applicants. There’s also been an increase in temporary contracts, largely affecting those starting work in Spain for the first time.
This has lead to more and more people going self-employed. If you want to be your own boss but with a bit more security, when you start a self-storage franchise in Spain you’re guaranteed plenty of support.
Do you need a visa to work in Spain?
As it stands under the Freedom of Movement Act, starting work in Spain if you’re relocating from within the EU you don’t require a visa. Likewise those from other EEA countries (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland).
If you are from elsewhere then yes, you may need a visa so it is worth checking before making any decisions. If you need more information on starting a franchise business, then contact uStore-it who can offer you free advice on self-storage units in Spain.
Benefits of working in Spain
Apart from the fact Spain as good as invented the siesta, working in Spain can often provide a relaxed atmosphere. Working days tend to be shorter, although when you own a self-storage franchise, you can choose your own hours!
Work in Spain with the uStore-it Self-Storage Franchise
If you are looking for franchise opportunities in Spain, at uStore-it you could open a self-storage business along the Costa Del Sol.