MOST Spaniards aged between 18 and 30 are looking abroad for work.
A study by the Vodafone Institute for Society and Communications.says six in 10 of those polled are looking away from Spanish shores for jobs.
Most of them also feel they will be worse off than their parents with just 29 per cent thinking they will be better off compared to 43 per cent of Germans.
More than 6,000 people from Britain, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, Czech Republic and Spain. were surveyed, with the Spanish and Italians showing the least confidence in finding a job in their own countries.
The report showed 58 per cent of Spanish youths were looking to move abroad, compared to 21 per cent of Germans.
Only 40 percent of Spaniards thought they might find an occupation in keeping with their studies and training, in sharp contrast to the 66 per cent of Germans and 59 percent of Britons who thought they would.