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Spanish employees' perfect job: Working for Rafa Nadal at Google, or for Obama at L'Oréal
TENNIS ace Rafa Nadal, former US president Barack Obama and Inditex empire founder Amancio Ortega are the top three people Spaniards would most like to have as a boss, in that order.
According to the annual survey by global recruitment agency ADECCO, just under 35% of Spanish employees would most like to work for Rafa, and 31.5% for Obama, who has shot up from seventh place since the previous study a year ago.
Ortega, whose international fashion chain includes low-cost high-street clothing store Zara, was picked by a quarter of respondents, whilst TV presenter Arturo Valls was chosen by 24%, knocking reporter and presenter Jordi Évole from fourth position.
Málaga actor Dani Rovira was fifth.
Rafa Nadal's number one spot has not moved in three years, since the first ADECCO survey in 2015.
As for companies, the one Spanish employees would most like to work for is Google, chosen by just under half (49.4%), and L'Oréal was second, with 46.6%.
Supermarket chain Mercadona came third overall with 42.8% of the votes.
All three cases were chosen as number one in their industries, those of IT, cosmetics and retail.
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