The deadline for applications for jobs online in Spain has passed, with employers offering a second batch of jobs to those who register online.
The new job applications can be submitted between April 17 and April 22.
It is also not uncommon for people to have to take the online application twice, as there is a time limit for online applications.
A spokesperson for the Spanish Ministry of Employment told Football Italian the deadline to apply online is April 17.
There are currently 10,000 jobs available in Spain online, but that number is expected to increase by 5,000 this month.
The new jobs include positions in the media, healthcare, and marketing.
“In the coming days, we will be offering more jobs online to help fill the vacancies that we have opened,” the spokesperson said.
“As of this evening, there are over 20,000 job applications online in our system.
We have not received any negative feedback on our system so far, so we believe that the job seekers will continue to apply.”
The spokesperson added that applications will be considered on an individual basis and there is no guarantee that a job will be accepted.
The Spanish ministry of employment also noted that the current unemployment rate is at 13.3%, compared with 16.7% in the UK, with Spain’s population of over 10 million people and its low unemployment rate helping the country to attract a large number of people to work.
The Spanish government has been criticized for its handling of job applications in the past.
In 2013, the country was rocked by an increase in job vacancies when Spain’s unemployment rate jumped to 22.1% in March.
The Spanish government blamed a lack of training and education for the surge in joblessness, saying it had been “drastically reduced”.
In 2014, it was reported that the country’s unemployment had increased to 22% and that the unemployment rate was now 14.2%.