"They're giving people houses, things to put in their houses and jobs because someone has to build the houses."
Spain's Lost Generation Spends Salad Days Toiling in Britain
Carlos Hernandez Sonseca studied six years for a bachelor's degree and couldn't find a job near his home outside Madrid when he graduated in 2011. Last year, he took an increasingly well-worn path to Britain.
The 27-year-old journalist now washes and chops vegetables eight hours a day at the Vital Ingredient salad bar in London's financial district, making 260 pounds ($418) before taxes in a 40-hour week. Thirteen other Spaniards are among a wor...