Looking to Work in Spain? Better Bring a Watch.
While schedules for internships can differ, it may take a while to acclimate to the typical Spanish work day. With siesta’s still popular but not enjoyed across the board, Spanish businesses are beginning to flex toward a more “American” or “European” schedule. Still, it isn’t odd to see Spaniards working from to , taking a two or three hour siesta, and then it's back to the grind until 8 or 9 at night.
The most interesting schedule of business occurs with banks and government offices during the summertime. If you need to make a transaction at don’t be surprised if you find the door locked and the lights off. Many of these offices will set schedules between and and may not be open in the afternoons, especially in August.
This leaves a lot of time for you to explore the cities before dinner – at !!!~ Posted by Marc