For them it is more difficult find a job, now that housing has paralyzed almost altogether. Most of these people came seeking to improve their economic situation. In recent years hundreds of thousands they found jobs in construction, in the service sector; as waiters, messengers, caregivers, carriers and other trades. Some, animated by the euphoria of the banks and the ease of obtaining credit, embarked on a mortgage to buy a home. That spending could be more than 1,000 euros per month, to which must be added the power, gas, electricity, transport, etc.

To the extent of its possibilities, immigrants sent a monthly remittance from Spain that served to cover the expenses of their families, health, education, housing, small business, food and clothing, etc. Most of them have had to minimize shipments of money and many can send anything. There are many cases in which employers have not insured to immigrant workers, with what they will passing years and are still in a situation of undocumented migrants. Some arise because returning to their country, where we already know that there is no labour outputs and the possibilities of a living wage are even lower. It is difficult to withstand the stress and anxiety that generated the crisis and debts. Why, there are humanitarian associations which have psychologists to offer assistance in this respect to immigrants. Conflicts and tensions make that quite a few marriages and couples end up breaking.

Frustration not to comply with the projects that had to arrive, they might join the aggressiveness, intolerance, insomnia or depression. Times are tough for almost all. But we can take advantage of opportunities that enclose the crises in its interior. They can bring changes in attitudes and a new appreciation of reality. By force we have to be more austere in expenses. Learn how to share with solidarity remains a good formula for the challenge. Maria Jose Atienzar Periodista original author and source of the article.