Last July, the Spanish labor market experienced a situation that could be described as exceptional. In just 31 days, the databases of the Public Employment Services registered nearly two million contracts and left a record of how in a single day, on Monday, July 3, the labor situation of nearly one million workers varied: 520,301 that were given, or were given in the case of the self-employed, registered in the Social Security, while 297.455 were dismissed from their company. An unprecedented movement in the

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