mipel, thanks for removing the link.
Experience has shown that among the foreign contingents in Spain, employers tend to stick to their own nationality when looking for employees., ie., Brits tend to employ other Brits, Germans employ Germans etc etc. Your IP address decodes to Bratislava in Slovakia, is there a Slovak contingent here in Spain that you could approach for information?
The new government here has brought in Employment reforms that heavily favour the employer, at the expense of the employee, making it much easier to hire and fire employees; life here is tough if you dont have a job and I think it can only get worse. If you have some particular trade or profession that is in short supply here you will perhaps find it a little easier but generally immigrants have been leaving Spain because of the job situation.
The job scarcity in Spain affects all nationalities and competition for jobs is intense. On top of this you would need to be earning at least 1500 Euros per month to have anything like a decent life style, particularly in the major cities like Madrid and Barcelona.
I cannot in good faith say to you “Yes, come on in, the waters’s fine”, because it isn’t. All I can suggest is perhaps, get some savings behind you then come over for an extended stay and see how you get on.