Olalla Gomez, 22, (R) a final-year student of English philology who is also on the first day of her probation period before getting a contract as temporary waiter, is supervised by the owner, Maria de... more 
Olalla Gomez, 22, (R) a final-year student of English philology who is also on the first day of her probation period before getting a contract as temporary waiter, is supervised by the owner, Maria de la Paz de la Vega, 55, (L) as she serves wine to customers in the "Los Capeas" restaurant in downtown Ronda, near Malaga, southern Spain July 24, 2014. Spain's unemployment rate fell to its lowest level in two years in the second quarter, data showed on Thursday, lifted by strong job creation in the services sector and adding to hopes of a sustained economic turnaround. Unemployment fell to 24.5 percent from 25.9 percent a quarter earlier, the National Statistics Institute said. The headline figure remains the second highest in Europe, but the drop was steeper than expected as more than 400,000 people started work, the largest quarterly increase since the second quarter of 2005. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS FOOD) less 
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