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Comment Re:They don't want to pay good salaries (Score 1) 496

I thought the discussion was about the 5 million unemployed people in Spain. Not about people who have moved away. Also, this still points to the problem of the low skilled unemployed; if you qualified for this job, there are apparently many others unfilled that are likewise seeking skilled people.

I don't understand the, "If it is not a guaranteed long term position, then it's worthless" attitude.

Comment Re:They don't want to pay good salaries (Score 1) 496

"Pimentel’s client asked him for list of candidates trained in “Agile” project management techniques for helping companies boost their productivity by using more I.T. systems.
The client was offering as much as 200,000 euros ($220,000) a year -- almost 10 times the average salary in Spain."

Comment Re:Or they offer too little *TFA says no* (Score 1) 496

"Pimentel’s client asked him for list of candidates trained in “Agile” project management techniques for helping companies boost their productivity by using more I.T. systems. The client was offering as much as 200,000 euros ($220,000) a year -- almost 10 times the average salary in Spain."

Comment Only offering $220,000/year for Agile devs (Score 1) 496

Per the Fine Article:

"Pimentel’s client asked him for list of candidates trained in “Agile” project management techniques for helping companies boost their productivity by using more I.T. systems. The client was offering as much as 200,000 euros ($220,000) a year -- almost 10 times the average salary in Spain."

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