Thanks to Google, you can easily improve your job search in Spain by spotting copy-and-paste job postings.
- Copy an unusual sentence from the posting you’re looking at.
- Paste it into the Google search box (wrapping with quotation marks) and go.
Here is an example about a Senior PHP Programmer position, in a big web company (softonic). I searched for “seguro médico, tickets restaurant, etc” (which in English sounds like “private health insurance, lunch vouchers, etc”) and I got 322 results. After filtering out job search engines, here are the results, which refer all to the same posting (the first one below)
- Softonic: salary not shown
- Michael Page International España: salary not shown
- Talent Search People: salary not shown
- MP Consultors: salary not shown
- Page Personnel: 25000 – 30000 (euros per year, before income tax)
- Hays IT: salary 26000 – 38000 (euros per year, before income tax)
Your best bet should be to go with the last one, which shows a salary whose mean value is 32000, almost exactly the mean salary for that job position in Spain (33000).