|Spain’s Jobless Rate Falls in May|
People enter an unemployment registry office in Mataro near Barcelona recently. Spain’s number of registered jobless dropped in May, data from the country’s Labor Ministry showed Tuesday. The figure, which does not include long-term unemployed, fell by 1.97 percent in May from a month earlier, or by 98,265 people, leaving 4.89 million people out of work. The text on the wall reads: “Unemployed, if you do not fight, nobody listens.”
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Published on our website on June 6, 2013