Spain's unemployed see no end in sight

With one in four without work, unemployment offices are feeling the strain and hope is in short supply.

    With one in four people unemployed in Spain, a single unemployment office serving only one district in Madrid can see up to 700 people per day.

    The economy remains in recession and there have been severe cutbacks in public spending.

    Al Jazeera's Jonah Hull, reporting from Madrid, meets one father of two children, whose struggle to find work has become all too familiar to the Spanish public.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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