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The economic crisis is having serious consequences in labour causing a rapid increase of the unemployment rate, which reached double the average rate of unemployment in the countries of the European Union, so that many people wondered how to find work, in Spain and there are all kinds of theories about the evolution of the work in these moments of crisis. To see how we can better cope with the problem, indicated more is to try and understand how it has come to this situation, and for that we must go back to the Decade of the 1990s to analyze the two phenomena that have taken place and that have caused this situation. Firstly, the process of globalization that got its start at the end of the Decade of the nineties and secondly, the global financial crisis of 2008 that preceded the current economic crisis. In terms of the globalization process, this wine marked by the emergence of new technologies of communication and information (ICT), mobile phone (e) Internet marked a revolution in the field of communications unlimited distances, and by the relative ease for transporting goods and people, allowing you to experiment with new forms of production, placing production plants in places other than those where distant points of consumption and strategic decisions. That way, the world of work has suffered profound transformations in most developed countries, that mark the passage from an industrial economy to an economy essentially focused on services and technological innovation. Thanks to the technological innovations the world of work is enriched with new careers while others disappear, and this is the great challenge presented to the Spanish society at the moment. The transition underway involves a job step characterized by a strong functional dependence to a more independent work, in which the worker will have more opportunities to develop their creativity, logical consequence of its greater commitment, It will be your pay will increase, thus opening up a wide range of new professions with a very promising future.

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