64% of the Spanish feel “ overqualified ” for his current job and believes that training and experience are above their job duties, a fact that puts Spain on top of the European ranking, second only to the perception of Greek professionals (69% of respondents).
This is reflected in the third wave of the Randstad year on the job prospects of workers, noted that Spain stands 24 percentage points above the EU average, which places them far from countries like Denmark (25%), Netherlands (32%) and Germany (43%), among others.
On the corporate side, 45% of companies suffer finding professionals overall, opinion ranging between 53% of Germans and 51% of French and 33% of Italians, who occupy the last place . In the case of Spain, 35% of professionals surveyed hold this view, which puts ten percentage points below the European average.
The study also claims that four out of ten Spanish (43%) within three years will be short of skilled workers in the company, which puts them in the middle of the ranking of European countries, leading Germany (52%) and Sweden ( 51%). On the opposite side are placed Netherlands (33%) and Denmark (34%).
As for the interest that companies have regarding training , the report stresses that more than half of Spanish professionals, 55%, replied that their company is investing in a way, so scale percentage point above the European average (54%).
Leading the ranking placed Belgium (65%), Switzerland (60%) and Germany (59%), while on the opposite side are Greece (32%), Sweden (50%) and Norway (50 %), as the countries where companies invest less in training, according to its workers.