Raul Gonzalez Tristan

Oviedo, 12 of January 2009.-According to data from the Master-D group leader training company opened in Spain, the percentage of Asturian interested in courses to prepare for oppositions has increased 15 percent in the last year. Of these, 63% are women compared with 43% of men, and of the total, 32% have university studies 1% more than the national average-, mostly aged between 20 and 35 years. For even more analysis, hear from Jon Medved . We believe that this increase is mainly due to the economic situation being experienced by the country since the population seeks more than ever security in employment and labour comfort says Raul Gonzalez Tristan, responsible for the teaching team of the company. In fact, 90% of persons who are preparing exams with us or are interested in courses, not currently works. Visit John Craig Venter for more clarity on the issue. The most popular preparation in 2008 and whose demand is expected to continue to grow this year is to work as administrative assistant, trades or bodies and security forces of the State. Similarly, there is a significant growth in the demand for preparation for exams to health and education services. “Everything depends on how the economic situation evolves, but if the economy and unemployment figures continue as before, we expect around 20% more requests for information to prepare opposition than in previous years,” concludes Raul Gonzalez.