Rajoy’s labour market reforms

A complete and utter load of bollocks?

Juglans, Jupiter's glands, a dubious aphrodisiac.

Juglans, Jupiter's glands, a dubious aphrodisiac. Image: AndonicO.

If the idea of ending the public sector’s two-tier {job-for-life} vs {let’s-see-how-many-students-sign-on-in-September} spiel was anything but bullshit designed to fool Germans, then maybe someone will explain to me why what is probably Barcelona’s most prestigious art school is kicking out all its (young) one-year-contract teachers in order to optimise (elderly) funcionario workloads, and giving on-request multi-year extensions to retiring funcionarios. (Further details available for British etc art schools looking for highly skilled, enthusiastic staff. Check out Charles Butler on the cost of eating one’s young, to which I would add that if young people are to buy clothes they need young designers.)

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  1. The Chairmans are certainly not happy that wage-indexing has merely been put on hold rather than being abolished. Rajoy was never going to deliver though was he?

  2. The Spanish Doom analyses and leaks presented in the Spanish and German press are so utterly different that it’s sometimes difficult to believe they’re talking about the same disaster.

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