But the company is not only a pioneer in research, but also applies inclusive policies on diversity and gender equality. “More than half of the non-productive workforce are women, many of them in positions of responsibility, and there is no wage gap,” says Arroyo. Aware of its privileged role in the textile sector, Grupo Morón’s future objectives are to expand its commercial network in foreign markets and increase investments in R & D and technology, which are, in the words of Arroyo, “the heart of the company”. Bengals Depth Chart(Madrid) is the municipality with the highest average income and the second with the lowest unemployment rate in Spain, according to the statistics ‘Urban Indicators 2019’ published this Wednesday by the National Institute of Statistics (INE). This publication is composed of municipalities with more than 20,000 inhabitants and 126 cities, among other territorial units.
Bengals Depth Chart
According to the Statistics data, Sant Cugat del Vallès (Barcelona) and Pozuelo (Madrid) are the two municipalities in Spain with the lowest average unemployment rates estimated for 2018, with a 6 , 2% and 6.4%, respectively, while Linares (Jaén) and the municipalities of La Línea de la Concepción and Sanlúcar de Barrameda have the highest rates, with 32.8%, 29.9% and 29%, respectively. After Sant Cugat and Pozuelo also stand out for their low unemployment rates San Sebastian and Las Rozas de Madrid (both with 7.2%); Majadahonda (7.3%); Castelldefels (8.4%); Getxo (8.7%); Alcobendas, Cerdanyola del Vallès and Vitoria (9.5% in the three cases); Barcelona and Irún (9.6% in both municipalities); Rivas-Vaciamadrid (9.9%), San Sebastián de los Reyes (10.2%) and Lugo (10.8%).
Thus, of the 15 municipalities with the lowest average unemployment rates estimated for 2018, six are in the Community of Madrid, four in Catalonia, four in the Basque Country and one in Galicia. On the other hand, the first five municipalities with more unemployment are located in Andalusia: Linares, in Jaén, with a rate of 32.8%; The Line of the Conception (Cádiz), with 29,9%; Bengals Depth Chart (Cádiz), with 29%; Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz), with 28.7%, and Córdoba (28.5%). They are followed by Ceuta (27.4%); Chiclana de la Frontera, Alcalá de Guadaíra and Talavera de la Reina (27.2% in the three cases); Mérida, with a 27.1% unemployment; Granada (26.5%); Huelva and Almería (26.3%), and Cádiz and Melilla (26%).