According to a survey of the active population conducted by the National Institute of Statistics, Spain has the lowest unemployment rates in areas such as medical sciences, social services, information technology and communications, agriculture, livestock, fisheries and veterinary medicine. As part of this study, an analysis is made of the impact of the level of education on the labor market.
According to the data obtained as a result of the study, 59.7% of the Spanish population over 16 years old has a general education. That category includes those who have completed a full secondary education course and bachillerato. The remaining residents of Spain received a certain specialty, of which 9.9% - in the field of business, management and law, 7.6% - in the field of mechanics, electronics, industry and construction, 5.3% - in the field of health and social services.
According to the results of the study, among residents of Spain over 16 years of age who received education in the field of information technology and communications, the employment rate was 79.88%, while among men it was 80.6% and among women 77.5%.
In second place are those who have received education in the agricultural, livestock, forestry, fisheries and veterinary sectors. Here, the share of employees is 77.2%. The top 3 closes the category of workers who have received a specialty in the field of social sciences, journalism and workflow - 72.86% with work. Moreover, as in the first case, the employment rate is higher among men than among women.
In fourth place is the health and social services sector: 72.81% of those educated in these areas have jobs. This is followed by the sectors of mechanics, electronics, industry, construction (72.72%) and business, management and law (71.65%).
At the opposite end of this rating are categories of citizens who have received very rare specialties (14.95% of employees), and also having only a general education (37.6% of employees). In the latter case, the share of employed among men is 45.7%, and among women - 29.7%.
In turn, the lowest unemployment rate was registered among those who received education in the segment of healthcare and social services (7.7%). These are followed by those who studied specialties in the field of veterinary medicine, agriculture, animal husbandry, forestry and fishing (8.9%). In third place is the sector of information technology and communications (9.29%), in fourth - the sector of mechanics and electronics (9.32%), in fifth - the sector of art, humanities and language (10.2%), in sixth - journalism and workflow (10.69%).